Malaysia Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing Due To Engine Malfunction

A Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight from Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in India to Kuala Lumpur made an emergency landing following a serious engine malfunction.

Flight MH199, carrying over 100 passengers, departed at 12.45am, slightly delayed from its scheduled takeoff at 12.15am. Shortly after departure, the crew detected a critical issue with the aircraft’s engine, which began emitting sparks.

In response to the emergency, the pilots quickly decided to return to Hyderabad airport, prioritising the safety of all onboard. The plane landed safely, but passengers are now stranded at the airport as the aircraft remains grounded.

MAS has not yet issued an official statement regarding the incident.

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