LATAM Airlines Airbus A320 with 48 passengers onboard made an emergency landing at Foz do Iguaçu/Cataratas International Airport (IGU) in Brazil damaging the nose, engines, and windshield. Reports on social media said that the plane lost both engines while approaching Asunción, which led to the deployment of the Ram Air Turbine (RAT). Paraguay’s national civil aviation authority (DINAC) will launch an investigation while Chile’s civil aviation authority will extend its participation in the investigation. The flight was scheduled to travel from Santiago, Chile, to Asunción but had to be diverted due to bad weather. According to the airline, the weather eventually

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