Aeroflot fire Aeroflot Russia 

Mobile phone charger causes fire in aircraft of Aeroflot

The incident happened yesterday afternoon aboard the aircraft that linked the Russian cities of Moscow and Volgograd. On the cold afternoon of yesterday, the Airbus A320 plane and registration VQ-BPU, belonging to the airline Aeroflot, suffered a fire in the passenger cabin caused by the charger of the mobile phone of one of the passengers. The aircraft operated flight SU1182, between the Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport (SVO) and the Volgograd Airport (VOG). Once the fire started, the crew managed to extinguish it. The plane landed in Volgograd at 4:58 pm, two passengers…

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Toronto Aircraft Crash Canada 

Panic due to aircraft crash in Toronto

A fire broke out on one of the aircraft and panic invaded the passengers, although there were no injuries. Two planes crashed at Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ), Canada, during Friday night, causing moments of panic although they did not register for injuries. A plane belonging to Sunwing without occupants, that was being towed, hit against a Boeing 737-800 of WestJet that at that moment arrived coming from the Mexican city of Cancun, operating the flight WS2425. Some 168 passengers and 6 crew were on board the latter, and those…

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Airbus of Qatar Airways burnt Qatar Airways 

Airbus A321 of Qatar Airways burns during maintenance

The aircraft was in the city of Doha and suffered considerable damage. An Airbus A321-200 with A7-AIB registration of Qatar Airways caught fire last December 8 while it was parked at Doha Airport, in Qatar. The aircraft made its last flight on the 6th of this month between Moscow and Doha, and then it was parked in a remote position of the airport to receive maintenance tasks on the on-board entertainment system and satellite antenna. The fire started at 06:50 local time on the roof of the plane above the main cabin and, although…

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British Airways G-ZBKN aircraft British Airways 

British Airways plane returns to London due to fire in the cabin

The incident happened yesterday, there were no injuries. A British Airways aircraft operating the BA-39 flight between London Heathrow International Airport (LHR) and the Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) had to return to the capital of the United Kingdom due to fire in the cabin. The aircraft, a Boeing 787-900 and registration G-ZBKN was circulating on the FL370 route about 35 nautical miles (65 kilometers) south of Copenhagen, Denmark, when the pilots took the decision to return to London due to an electrical fire originated in the cabin that has been extinguished. The incident caused no injuries…

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