Friday, July 25, 2014   

Malaysia Airlines London-bound flight held up over technical hiccup
(04-03 18:11)

Malaysia Airlines flight MH004 was rescheduled today at Kuala Lumpur as a result of a technical problem.
The airline said in a statement that the flight, which was scheduled to depart for London at 10:10 am, was delayed for safety reasons.
“As safety of its passengers is of utmost priority to the airline, this retiming is necessary to facilitate rectification work on the aircraft," it said.
The flight was later scheduled to fly at 2:15 p.m local time.
A local media report in the Malay Mail said it had been forced to abort take-off. —Xinhua


   
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