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Cabin Doors Starts Jiggling On New York-Bound BA Flight, Lands Safely Back At Heathrow

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A British Airways jet bound for New York made an emergency landing at London's Heathrow airport shortly after takeoff after the handle of one of its cabin doors began moving.

There were reports of passengers and crew hanging on to the rear door of the Boeing 747 to keep it closed. But the airline says "at no time was the door open."

BA says the plane, with 296 passengers onboard, returned to the airport as a precaution after a warning light began flashing.

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