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Do you blame Boeing or Atlas Air, when the manufacturer’s Dreamlifter, operated by the airline, lands at the wrong airport?
Hoping to reach an airbase in Wichita that had given the aircraft clearance to land, the Dreamlifter actually landed (safely) at an airport nine miles north. Which would probably have been all right except for the fact that the runway is, apparently, too short to take off from with a full load. A tug was called to turn around the aircraft – but broke down. There must be some serious head scratching going on over there now. It’s the second unfortunate incident for Atlas in as many months, after up to 49 heifers suffocated on a flight from Australia to Kazahkstan.