Korean Air emergency landing at NAIA.
A Korean Air Flight bound for Incheon, South Korea was forced to make an emergency landing at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).
Tuesday, February 28, A Korea-bound Boeing 777 Aircraft immediately radioed the Manila control tower for an emergency landing due to technical problems.
The Korean Aircraft make an emergency landing after the crew discovered that the smoke started filling the cabin of the plane mid-flight at about 1:30 am. Because of this, the pilot was forced to divert the flight to the nearest airport – the NAIA.
Citing the report of GMA news, the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) immediately deployed fire trucks and medical teams to wait for the aircraft as the plane makes the emergency landing.
After the landing, the plane unloads its 285 passengers safely. The Korean crew immediately inspected the aircraft and three hours after the inspection, it was declared safe to continue the flight.
In a Balitanghali report by Raffy Tima, the source of the smoke was not determined. The Korea Air Flight 644 from Singapore took off with all its passengers from NAIA at 5 a.m.
Watch the news report of GMA news here:
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