On the 8th of November, a Lufthansa flight that was departing Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) with service to Munich Airport (MUC) returned to BOS shortly after departing at two different departure attempts. The flight was eventually canceled and passengers transferred to MUC. There were no injuries related to this incident.

Lida Patt who made use of our Boston taxi services said that she needed urgently booked a cab since her flight had just returned and she didn’t want to be delayed.

The A340 was reported to have problems with engine number 2. The passengers on flight LH425 were transferred to their destinations of final destination after the flight was canceled. The flight resumed as scheduled the next day when another Airbus A340 registered D-AIHI was assigned to the flight.

Lufthansa has told Simple Flying the following concerning the incident. “We verify that LH425 was forced to change direction twice during the journey between BOS towards MUC.

The reason behind each time was the same technical issue in some of the engines. The problem was not solved effectively after the first divert and the A346 was rerouted another time.

  • They were then transferred onto other flights following the landing.
  • The plane will be moved to Munich this morning (10 Nov.) and is expected to arrive at midnight.
  • Passengers are compensated in accordance with EU regulations.”

Due to a number of delays and cancellations of flights, the LoganAirportTaxiCab has urged passengers to confirm their flight status in order to prevent any hassle they might encounter. This is also true for passengers from the LoganAirportTaxiCab.

Image Credit- Lufthansa Airbus