emergency landing

NOUN
  1. an unscheduled airplane landing that is made under circumstances (engine failure or adverse weather) not under the pilot's control
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How To Use emergency landing In A Sentence

  • The pilot of the aircraft was forced to make an emergency landing on Lake Geneva.
  • When we looked upwards again, we were amazed to see all three Fulmars still flying but firing emergency landing signals.
  • The pilot was forced to make an emergency landing.
  • A HOT air balloon made an emergency landing in the middle of a road. The Sun
  • The jet had to make an emergency landing on one engine. Times, Sunday Times
  • The plane had to make an emergency landing because of mechanical problems.
  • A fire started in the cargo area, and the pilot was forced to make an emergency landing.
  • Bad weather can force an emergency landing or strong winds can blow them off course.
  • The pilot of the aircraft was forced to make an emergency landing on Lake Geneva.
  • He was close to giving up art, but then won a Hamlyn Foundation award in 2004: "It was like being refuelled in midair when I was considering making an emergency landing," he says. Art and design: the ones to watch in 2012
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