Singapore-bound flight makes emergency landing in Chennai, all paasengers safe
Channai, May 20: A Singapore bound flight made an emergency landing in Chennai Airport this morning after pilot detected smoke in the aircraft cargo, said reports.
Singapore-bound Scoot Airways flight TR 567 flying from Trichy (Tamil Nadu) made an emergency landing at Chennai airport, reported ANI.
The incident took place around 3:40 am.
All the 161 people onboard, passengers and crew, are safe. As per latest reports, the flight is grounded at Chennai airport. t is expected to fly back to Singapore this evening.
On May 8, a Singapore Airlines plane, carrying 228 people, had made an emergency landing at the airport in the national capital after suffering a glitch with its nose wheel. A full emergency was declared for SQ 406 Singapore-Delhi flight having 228 people on board and the plane landed safely.
On May 13, an emergency was declared for a Hyderabad-Delhi Air Asia flight on Monday after it reportedly faced a hydraulic failure. There were 174 passengers onboard.