Earlier, flight QF32 carrying 450 passangers met with the same fate, after it struck turbulence in the Indian airspace on Saturday, Jan 7 hours before it landed in Singapore, said Sophia Connolly, Qantas spokeswoman.
"The seat belt sign had come on but some passengers were still moving back to their seats," she said.
She further said that seven passengers suffered bruises and minor cuts, while four were being treated in Singapore hospital and others at a medical centre. However, all have been discharged now.
The flight was later cleared to fly and continued on its way to Sydney on Sunday, Jan 8.