Ethiopian Airlines Plane Heading To China Makes Emergency Landing in Pakistan

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LAHORE: An Ethiopian Airlines made an emergency landing in Lahore, Pakistan on Saturday after two passengers got into a fight during the flight.

According to latest media report, the aircraft that was carrying 300 passengers took off from Addis Ababa and was supposed to land in Beijing when two passengers came into blows with each other.

The Boeing 777 then made its emergency landing in Lahore where the Airport Security Forces (ASF) immediately arrested the two passengers. They were also given immediate medical attention due to the bruises in their body.

The airplane will soon take off for Beijing after approvals, Dawn reported.

Earlier this year, a Shaheen International airplane also made an emergency landing at the same airport when one of its engines caught fire.

Source: Becorder

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