Keith Holland, Airnation.net
Two flight attendants on a Virgin Atlantic Airbus A340 flying from London’s Heathrow Airport (LHR) to Los Angeles International (LAX) yesterday suffered burns on the flight according to the FAA.
Virgin Atlantic Flight 7 made a safe landing at LAX at 2:49 PM PDT at which time the two flight attendants were taken to a local Los Angeles hospital for treatment.
The FAA has not released how the attendants were burned but their injuries are not thought to be serious.
Full story via Airnation.net, here.
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