Boeing signage is seen on the outside of the Boeing Sheffield factory, the aerospace company's first manufacturing facility in Europe, in Sheffield, northern England. AFP / Oli SCARFF
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Norwegian Air Shuttle said Friday one of its Boeing 737s has been stuck in Iran for three weeks after an unscheduled landing due to engine problems, as U.S. restrictions reportedly create headaches for the airline and possibly passengers. The aircraft was en route from Dubai to Oslo with 192 passengers and crew members on board when it carried out a "safety landing" in Shiraz in southwestern Iran because of engine trouble on Dec. 14, a Norwegian Air Shuttle spokesman, Andreas Hjornholm, told AFP."Iran has become a Bermuda Triangle that feeds on planes," a Twitter user wrote.It could also pose problems for the plane's passengers and crew members if they want to travel to the U.S. in future.
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