Singapore Airlines aircraft heading for Milan caught fire on Monday shortly after an emergency landing at Singapore airport. The Boeing 777-300ER liaised Singapore-Milan (SQ368 flight) when a light came on “to report a problem with engine oil, forcing the aircraft to return to its starting point after an hour and three quarters of flight,” Singapore Airlines said.
“The right engine caught fire after landing at Changi Airport at about 6:50. The fire was extinguished by the emergency services of the airport, and there were no injuries among the 222 passengers and 19 crew members,” the company said.
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