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Skymark Boeing plane makes emergency landing in Japan

Christian Fernsby |
A Skymark-operated Boeing 737 passenger plane made an emergency landing at Japan's Fukuoka Airport due to technical problems shortly after its departure for Okinawa.

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According to the outlet, the incident was caused by engine failure. The runway was temporarily closed, but it did not affect other flights. A total of 139 passengers and crew members were aboard the plane. No one was injured.

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