- The Airbus A320 with 146 travelers and nine groups made a crisis arrival around 4:15 p.m.
- Sunday, Changi Air terminal said in an explanation on its Facebook page.
- The flight was coming from the city of Chengdu in China’s Sichuan region.
Nine travelers were harmed after a motor fire sent smoke into the lodge of an Air China jetliner arriving in Singapore, provoking a departure of the airplane.
Nine individuals had minor wounds connected with smoke inward breath and scraped spots during the departure, the assertion said.
Engine Fire in Air China Jet
The pilot proclaimed a crisis in the wake of revealing smoke in the forward freight hold and a toilet.
Smoke obscured the lights in the lodge and airline stewards advised individuals to keep quiet and remain in their seats after some stood up, a traveler told Chinese media.
The fire in the left motor was doused after the plane landed, Chinese media said.
A primer examination demonstrated a mechanical disappointment in the motor was the reason, Air China said in a proclamation posted via virtual entertainment early Monday. The examination was proceeding.