ADVERTISEMENT

Singapore-Bound Plane Makes Emergency Landing at Chennai Airport

All passengers were evacuated safely.

Published
India
1 min read
Singapore-Bound Plane Makes Emergency Landing at Chennai Airport
i

The Quint DAILY

For impactful stories you just can’t miss

By subscribing you agree to our Privacy Policy

Singapore-bound Scoot Airways flight TR 567 flying from Trichy made an emergency landing at Chennai airport after pilots detected smoke in the aircraft cargo, around 3:40 am on Monday, 20 May.

A total of 161 passengers and crew members were on board when the incident took place. All passengers were later safely disembarked and the flight was grounded at Chennai airport.

It is expected to fly back to Singapore on Monday evening.

The pilots detected the 'spark' while the plane was still in Indian airspace, officials said.

Immediately, the pilots contacted Chennai airport for an emergency landing. Permission was granted and firefighters were put on standby, they said.

The passengers were later provided accommodation in city hotels.

Technicians are attending to the snag, officials said.

(This story was auto-published from a syndicated feed. No part of the story has been edited by The Quint.)

(The Quint is available on Telegram. For handpicked stories every day, subscribe to us on Telegram)

We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated.

Liked this story? We'll send you more. Subscribe to The Quint's newsletter and get selected stories delivered to your inbox every day. Click to get started.

The Quint is available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, click to join.

Read Latest News and Breaking News at The Quint, browse for more from news and india

Topics:  Emergency Landing 

ADVERTISEMENT
Speaking truth to power requires allies like you.
Become a Member
3 months
12 months
12 months
Check Member Benefits
Read More
ADVERTISEMENT
Stay Updated

Subscribe To Our Daily Newsletter And Get News Delivered Straight To Your Inbox.

Join over 120,000 subscribers!
ADVERTISEMENT
More News
×
×