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Japan Airlines Boeing makes emergency landing in Japan

Christian Fernsby |
A passenger aircraft Boeing 777 owned by the Japan Airlines (JAL) has made an emergency landing on the Japanese Naha airport due to a malfunction in the plane's left engine, the NHK broadcaster reported on Friday.

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Topics: JAPAN   

According to the Japanese media, the aircraft left Naha Airport and headed to Tokyo Haneda Airport, but the crew had to disrupt the flight, as one of the plane's engines failed.

NHK added that the aircraft, which carried 178 passengers and 11 crew members, landed safely and no one was injured in the incident.


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