Offbeat Beijing: emergency landing of an aircraft air France after "a technical incident"

14:45  18 september  2021
14:45  18 september  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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The Boeing turned around after only 14 minutes of flight

C'est un Boeing-777 comme celui-ci qui a dû faire demi-tour moins d'un quart d'heure après avoir décollé de Pékin. © JP Pariente / Sipa it's a Boeing-777 as The latter who had to turn a quarter of an hour after taking away from Beijing. Fear in the sky - The Boeing turned around after only 14 minutes of flight

an airline aircraft to Paris had to turn around early Saturday morning, shortly after his Beijing takeoff, to The rest of a "technical incident," announced the airline, stating that the device had landed "normally". The Boeing The crew of the flight AF393, on a Boeing-777, "decided to come back to Beijing after 14 minutes of flight due to the detection of a technical incident," the carrier indicated in a statement. "The device arose normally in Beijing at 4:03 [local time]", or 20:03 GMT.

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According to Beijing's daily life, "an explosion has been heard at the back of the cabin and black smoke emerged" inside the unit. "Fortunately, no one was injured," writes the local newspaper. A smoke release on board has been confirmed at AFP by a aeronautical source in Beijing, but neither Air France nor the Chinese airport authorities did commented the information of the Chinese newspaper.

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Another flight in the day for Passengers

contacted by AFP, the French company has Indicated that passengers were going to be forwarded to Paris in the day aboard another vacuum brought from Seoul to Beijing. "The crews are regularly trained to this type of situation" and the incident enters the "scenarios envisaged", a spokesman for Air France. "Maintenance interventions will be carried out on the apparatus concerned prior to delivery," added the carrier.

For its part, the Office of Investigations and Analysis for the Security of Civil Aviation (BEA) did not enter the incident, according to a source close to the file.

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