Air Canada trip to Vancouver redirected to Tokyo after break in pilot window



An Air Canada departure from Shanghai to Vancouver was redirected to Tokyo after a break created in one of the pilot's windows, the aircraft affirmed Sunday. 

Vancouver International Airport says the flight was relied upon to land at 11:40 a.m. before it was occupied to Narita International Airport. 

A representative with Air Canada says the windows are twofold paned and the redirection was a careful step. 

The plane was a Boeing 787 conveying 287 travelers, none of whom were harmed. 

Air Canada says the travelers are remaining in lodgings while the air ship is fixed. 

It says the plane is set to leave Tokyo for Vancouver on Monday. 

The reason for the split isn't yet known. Air Canada did not share any data about what may have occurred yet is researching.

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