Singapore, Dec 23: At least 14 passengers and a crew member were injured Tuesday when turbulence hit a Singapore Airlines (SIA) flight from Osaka to Singapore.
There were 268 passengers, including two infants and 13 crew members, on the flight, the Straits Times reported.
Passengers suffered injuries to the head and neck, with some having cuts on the hands and legs.
Flight SQ615, which departed Monday night from Osaka at 11.30 p.m., landed on schedule at Changi Airport here at 5.17 a.m. Tuesday.
An SIA spokesman said the airline has no specific details about the turbulence.