En route to Dubai, the FlyDubai plane turned back and hovered over Dharke after reporting a problem with one of its engines. A Dubai-bound plane with more than 160 people on board reported a problem with one of its engines presently after it took off from Tribhuvan International Airport on Monday, airport sources said.
Sources say the FlyDubai plane obligated for Dubai turned around and hovered overcharge after one of its engines failed.
The pilots then told the control tower that they would continue after discovering that all readings were normal.
“The plane had its engines shut down for some time after it crashed and it is now heading to its destination without landing at Kathmandu airport,” said the deputy director of the Nepal Civil Aviation Authority, reported by a news channel. Private news quoted.
The plane took off from Tribhuvan International Airport at 9:20 am.
Sudanese Minister of Culture, Tourism, and Civil Aviation Kirati shared on his Facebook account that the FlyDubai plane had flown safely to its destination and urged people not to worry about it.
According to an unofficial report, the plane’s pilot decided to switch to one engine after one of his engines failed.
Earlier it was reported that preparations were underway for the emergency landing of a Boeing 737-800 jet at the airport here. There were more than 160 people in the flat, including 50 Nepalese passengers. Witnesses claimed to have seen the plane on fire in
Kathmandu sky. Sources say bonfire trucks have been put on high alert at the airport. Mr. Pratap Babu Tiwari, General Manager of Tribhuvan International Airport, said the airport is now back up and running.
“Dubai flight number 576 (Boeing 737-800) Kathmandu-Dubai is now operating normally and is continuing to destination Dubai as planned,” the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) said in a statement. announced on Twitter. “Kathmandu airport operations are normal from 1614 UTC (09:
59 p.m. local time), CAAN said.
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