on 23rd of November, Qatar Airways Boeing 777-300 Doha-Tokyo bound flight experienced Smoke and Fire from left maingear. The aircraft was at the gate during the incident at the Tokyo Narita International Airport.
According to the source, no one on Doha, Qatar to Tokyo, Japan bound flight has sustained injuries and are safe.
Qatar Airways Boeing 777 Incident at Tokyo, Japan
The National carrier of Qatar has been involved in incident at Tokyo’s Narita Int’l Airport as fire and smoke started coming of the main gear of Boeing 777.
According to person present during the incident has told the Japanese news agency stating, just before 7:00 Pm in the evening, suddenly due to some problem, fire broke out from wheels of from left side of fuselage when aircraft was on tarmac at Tokyo.
Luckily No passengers sustained injuries and were safely disembarked, and the incident does not have any impact on Airport operations.
According to the local police and Narita Int’l Airport representatives, at around 6:50 p.m., an airline employee called the number 119 to report that a fire was spreading from an aircraft tire.
A total of eight fire emergency handling trucks were dispatched, but the fire was extinguished momentarily and quickly subsided, and no one was injured because the passengers had already been taken off.
The Fire took out during the inspection by aircraft technician to release the aircraft for its flight back to Doha.
Flight Radar Data
According to flight Radar 24, Qatar Airways flight QR806 took off on time from Doha at 11:31 Pm UTC and landed in Tokyo at 9:22 Am UTC with little delay.
The aircraft involved in the incident is Qatar Airways’ Boeing 777-300ER with registration A7-BAJ.
Tokyo Narita International Airport officials said that the incident has no impact on its Airport Operations.
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