Engine fire forces landing of Saudi-bound Sudan plane

AFP

2017/03/01 | 193 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | AIR TRANSPORT

A Sudanese passenger plane flying to Saudi Arabia with 125 people on board made an emergency landing on Wednesday after one of its engines caught fire, the civil aviation ministry said.The plane operated by Badr Airlines landed safely in the Sudanese city of Port Sudan, the ministry said in a statement."The plane carrying 125 people from Khartoum to Jeddah had to make an emergency landing after its left engine caught fire," ministry spokesman Abdelhafiz Abdelrahim told AFP."The plane landed s...(…)

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