Thomas Cook flight #MT2652 to Cuba with part of its wing missing was forced to land at Manchester airport with a broken tip wing after a low oil alert.

The Thomas Cook plane left for Holguin, Cuba shortly after midday on Monday but was forced to return to Manchester Airport just after 3pm.

Credit: Eamonn and James Clarke

Earlier, the Airbus A330-200 (reg. OY-VKF) with 322 passengers on board, was pictured with tape on the tip of the left wing before departure. Bye the way, the sharklet was removed 6 weeks ago after a hanger incident.


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