US-Bangla aircraft imposed to make an emergency landing

-DHAKA

A Malaysia bound flight of US-Bangla aircraft from Dhaka returned at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (HSIA) 20 minutes after taking off as the pilot got a caution alarm from the engine on March 24, 2018.

“The flight carrying 164 passengers took off HSIA for Malaysia at 8:45am but after nearly 20 minutes, it had to return due to technical problem and landed here safely,” US-Bangla spokesperson Kamrul Islam stated.

He said the flight again took off for Malaysia at 11:45am as engineers found no fault after conducting a through checkup on the aircraft after coming back.

Kamrul said pilot returned Dhaka after getting a “false alarm” from the fuel filter bypass of the aircraft. “The pilot came back as he didn’t want to take any risk,” he added.

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The incident took place after 12 days of deadly US-Bangla aircraft crash at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu of Nepal, which killed 49 people including 26 Bangladesh nationals.

 

 

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