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Air Busan Plane Diverts to Tokyo due to Engine Shut Down

Air Busan flight BX-184 had to divert and make an emergency landing at Narita International Airport, Tokyo, Japan, on July 14th.

The Airbus A321-200 flying from Daegu, South Korea, to Sapporo, Japan, had to divert due to engine shut down.

The plane landed safely.

All 174 people aboard remained unhurt.

Jeju Air Plane Rejects Takeoff From Jeju City, South Korea

Jeju Air flight 7C-510 had to reject takeoff from Jeju City, South Korea, on September 29th.

The Boeing 737-800 plane was accelerating to takeoff for Busan, South Korea, when the tower instructed the crew to stop.

The crew subsequently rejected takeoff at high speed. Several tires deflated and the plane became disabled on the runway.

All one hundred and fifty people aboard remained unharmed.

Cathay Dragon Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Hong Kong

Cathay Dragon flight KA-318 made an emergency landing in Hong Kong, China, on June 13th.

The Airbus A320-200 plane took off for Busan, South Korea, but had to return shortly afterwards due to a cabin pressurization issue.

The plane landed uneventfully. Everyone aboard remained safe.

Korean Air Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Japan

Korean Air flight KE-783 made an emergency landing in Fukuoka, Japan, on June 9th.

The Boeing 737-900 plane flying from Busan, South Korea, was descending toward Fukuoka when the crew reported smoke in the cockpit and requested emergency assistance.

The plane continued for a safe landing.

There were one hundred and fifty-three passengers and nine crew members aboard at the time; all of them remained safe.

Air Busan Plane Diverts and Makes Emergency Landing in South Korea

Air BusanAir Busan plane had to divert and make an emergency landing at Jeju International Airport, Jeju, South Korea, on April 2nd.

The Airbus A321-200, en-route from Busan, South Korea to Cambodia, was mid air when the crew detected some problem with the weather radar, prompting the plane to divert.

The plane landed uneventfully.

All 180 passengers onboard remained unharmed.

Jin Air Plane Returns to Cebu Airport Because of Improperly Shut Door

Jin AirA Jin Air plane had to return and make an emergency landing at Mactan–Cebu International Airport, Philippines, on January 3rd.

The Boeing 737-800 jet took off for Busan, South Korea, but had to return shortly afterwards after the crew noticed that one of the doors was not completely shut.

The plane landed uneventfully. None of the 163 passengers were injured, although, some of them complained of nausea during return trip.

The passengers were accommodated in another flight.

The incident is being investigated.

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