An Allegiant Air A320 aircraft made two emergency landings in less than 24 hours at St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport. In the separate incidences, pilots declared an emergency because of problems with the aircraft’s hydraulic system. After the first emergency landing, which reported a leak in a hydraulic line, the line was replaced and tested by mechanics and subsequently judged to be airworthy. The next day, the same aircraft developed a fall in its hydraulic liquid and made an emergency landing shortly after takeoff. Allegiant officials said the fluid never dropped below the minimum level required to operate the aircraft safely

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