Boeing 737 Cargo Plane “Goes Down” In Water Off Hawaii: CNBC
Sources tell CNBC that a Boeing 737 freighter has splashed down in the water off Honolulu, Hawaii, after suffering engine trouble.
A Boeing 737 cargo plane has gone down in the water off Honolulu after experiencing engine trouble; severity of crash, extent of rescue operation unclear at this time – CNBC
Boeing shares have sunk more than 2% on the news.
Flightradar24’s Jason Rabinowitz believes “this Transair 737-200” out of Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, also known as Honolulu International Airport, is the Boeing aircraft in question.
Nothing official is out just yet, but looking at @flightradar24 leads me to believe this Transair 737-200 out of HNL is the aircraft in question. N810TA operating as #T4810. https://t.co/qigokVDzyI https://t.co/Lu4tNNsony pic.twitter.com/694NRweRaB
— Jason Rabinowitz (@AirlineFlyer) July 2, 2021
Details are scant at the moment, and we will be updating the post as developments come in.
Fri, 07/02/2021 – 09:49