Friday, October 24, 2014   

Malaysia's Malindo Air plane catches fire
(03-26 18:24)

A domestic flight operated by Malaysian budget carrier Malindo Air carrying 53 passengers caught fire and returned to a domestic airport.
An engine caught fire at 7,000 feet after the plane took off at 7:35am today.
The carrier is a joint venture between National Aerospace and Defence Industries of Malaysia and Lion Air of Indonesia.
The flight landed safely, the carrier said.
It was flying from Subang Airport near Kuala Lumpur to Terengganu in the east.

   
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