JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. (AP) — A technical drawback that concerned “no speedy protection factor” compelled Vice President Kamala Harris’ aircraft to go back to Joint Base Andrews in Maryland about half-hour after she had left Sunday on a travel to Guatemala and Mexico.
Air Power Two landed safely and she or he gave a thumbs-up when she were given off.
“I’m just right, I’m just right. All of us stated a bit of prayer, however we’re just right,” she stated.
The vice chairman departed in every other aircraft about an hour and a part later.
Her spokesperson, Symone Sanders, advised journalists touring with Harris that in a while after takeoff the workforce of the unique airplane spotted that the touchdown equipment used to be now not storing because it will have to, which may have ended in additional mechanical problems.
“Whilst there as no speedy protection factor, out of an abundance of warning they returned to JBA the place they’ve the entire portions and mechanics they want to repair the problem,” she stated.
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