Saturday, 1 April 2017

A Miracle At Argos,

as a Airbus A320 jet came to a complete stop,

on the roof of the branch of Argos adjacent to Southend Airport, according to witnesses, the EasyJet flight from Gran Canaria landed on the runway shortly after 2pm this afternoon, and instead of stopping in the terminal a sudden micro tornado pushed it on top of the retail park building and flipped it around, everyone managed to get out safely and slide down the emergency chutes, with UK Border Force taking over Sports Direct as an emergency immigration processing centre, about an hour later, the airport’s resident aircraft relocation crane arrived and put the jet back onto the airport tarmac.’ Airport spokesperson Stedward O’Bart said: ‘Fortunately, the flight from Gran Canaria only had 36 people on board, and this meant that the plane was reasonably light when it came to a halt on top of Argos, We have issued an urgent flight safety bulletin to all pilots in the region to say that all landings should be kept to the runway in future.’ this incident capped off a troubled week for Southend Airport, on Thursday, thick fog led to the pilot of an incoming flight from Malaga getting disoriented and guiding the aircraft to Prague. 

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