Chinese plane engine caught fire
Chinese plane engine caught fire

A Chinese aircraft company’s engine caught fire, it has been discovered. Smoke has entered the aircraft’s cabin as a result of an engine fire. An Air China aircraft from China was involved in this accident.

Smoke engulfed the cabin as the plane’s engine caught fire. As a result, nine passengers’ health deteriorated. At Changi Airport in Singapore, officials hurriedly evacuated the jet.

A total of 146 passengers and nine crew members were on board the Air China Airbus-A320 aircraft, Changi Airport officials stated in a social media post. According to him, the plane, which was traveling from Chengdu in the Chinese region of Sichuan, had to make an emergency landing at Changi Airport on Sunday at around 4.15 p.m.

Chinese media reports claim that after the aircraft made an emergency landing in Singapore, the engine fire was put out. Early on Monday, Air China released a statement in which it claimed that preliminary investigations had shown that the plane’s engine had caught fire owing to a technical issue.

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