Strong turbulence on the route to Singapore. One person is dead

Strong turbulence on the route to Singapore.  One person is dead

The plane belonging to Signapore Airlines experienced serious turbulence. As a result, one person on board died and many were injured.

One person was killed and many injured in severe turbulence during a flight from London Heathrow Airport to Singapore.

Strong turbulence during flight. One person is dead

The plane that took off from London to Singapore encountered very serious turbulence. Unfortunately, one person died and many were injured.

Due to the incident, the vehicle was forced to head to Bangkok. Singapore Airlines officials confirmed that Flight SQ321, en route from London Heathrow to Singapore on Monday, encountered severe turbulence en route.

“We can confirm that there are injured people and one fatality on board the Boeing 777-300ER. There were a total of 211 passengers and 18 crew members on board,” they said. “Singapore Airlines extends its sincerest condolences to the family of the deceased.”

According to the airline, the plane headed to Thailand, where it made an emergency landing at 3:45 p.m. local time.

Singapore Airlines said it was “working with local Thai authorities to provide necessary medical assistance” and was sending a team to Bangkok to provide additional support. “Our priority is to provide all possible assistance to all passengers and crew on board the aircraft,” they added.

One passenger was killed and over 30 others were injured. Unfortunately, this is not the only such situation in the aviation industry recently.

Turbulence poses a threat to passengers

In early April, two people were injured when a Southwest Airlines flight experienced severe turbulence. Due to the situation, the plane had to make an emergency landing.

Southwest Flight 4273 was flying from New Orleans to Orlando. At some point, the machine began to shake violently and an accident occurred on board. The captain announced that there were problems due to turbulence and decided that the Boeing 737 would have to make an emergency landing.

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