A Singapore Airlines plane burst into blazes Monday after a crisis arrival at the city-state's Changi Airport. Flight SQ368, a Boeing 777-300ER, took off from Changi Airport around 2:25am on June 27 carrying 222 travelers & 19 groups, Singapore Airlines said. The flight had been projected to land in Milan at 8:45 a.m. local time. Rather, only two hours into the flight, an engine cautioning message constrained the pilot to turn back for a crisis arrival.
On landing in Singapore, the plane's right engine burst into blazes. As indicated by reports by Singapore Airlines & Changi Airport, the flame was doused inside minutes and all travelers & group were securely emptied from the plane. The travelers would be exchanged to another flight because of departing for Milan later on Monday. Singapore Airlines said they will collaborate with compelling voices in their examinations.