United Airlines flight circles over Atlantic for a really long time, makes crisis arriving over mechanical issue

A worldwide United Carriers departure from New Jersey to Brazil wound up hovering over the 

Atlantic Sea for almost two hours Wednesday and making a crisis arrival because of a mechanical issue, flight authorities said.

Flight 149 left from Newark Freedom Worldwide Air terminal in New Jersey at 11 p.m. EST Wednesday night, destined for

São Paulo-Guarulhos Global Air terminal with 256 travelers ready, as per the flight's set of experiences.

The plane encountered a "mechanical issue not long after departure," Joined Carriers said in a proclamation, uncovering beginning support review focuses to a water powered siphon issue.

"It stayed in the air to consume fuel and afterward landed securely," the carrier said. "Travelers deplaned at the door and another airplane is booked to withdraw toward the beginning of today."

A guide of the flight's set of experiences shows how it flew in rehashed circles over the sea off New Jersey's coast prior to arriving back at Newark around 1 a.m.

The plane, a Boeing 777-200, arrived after the team detailed an "crisis", the Government Flight Organization said, it is in progress to take note of an examination.