Singapore Airlines Airbus Veers off the Runway in Myanmar

Friday, May 23, 2014
By George Hatcher

Singapore airlinesAn Airbus A330 plane registered to Singapore Airlines slipped off the runway while it was landing on Yangon International Airport, Myanmar.

The incident happened at about 9:20am on May 21 when the flight SQ998, carrying 265 people was making a landing attempt during heavy rain in Yangon. None of the passengers or crew members were hurt.

The plane was later steered back and towed to the gate. The airline sent another plane to Yangon for the return flight.

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