Oh crap. Â Imagine being on board at the time!
Another Malaysia Airlines plane has made a midair turn-back from its scheduled flight, causing a tense few hours for the 166 people on board.
The Boeing 737-88 plane that was scheduled to fly from Kula Lumpur to Bangalore landed safely at Kuala Lumpur after more than three hours in flight.
During the emergency, Malaysia Airlines did not provide updates to the media on what was happening to the plane.
But an hour after the plane landed at 1.56am Monday the company issued a statement saying the emergency was caused by one of the tyres on the right hand landing burst during take-off.
“As safety is of utmost priority to Malaysia Airlines, the aircraft was required to turn back to Kuala Lumpur International Airport,” the company said.
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