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Severe turbulence leaves one person dead

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LONDON - Severe turbulence on a Singapore Airlines flight from London-Heathrow to Singapore left one person dead and 30 other injured. Singapore Airlines confirmed the May 21st incident, which is under investigation, and its tragic outcome.

Fatal turbulence: Singapore Airlines flight 321 from London-Heathrow to Singapore diverted to Bangkok after a serious mid-air incident. One person is dead.

"Singapore Airlines flight SQ321, operating from London (Heathrow) to Singapore on 20 May 2024, encountered severe turbulence en-route," Singapore Airlines said in a media statement. "The aircraft diverted to Bangkok and landed at 1545hrs local time on 21 May 2024. We can confirm that there are injuries and one fatality on board the Boeing 777-300ER."

The Boeing 777-300ER 9V-SWM aircraft was travelling with 211 passengers and 18 crew members.
© aero.uk | Image: Singapore Airlines | 21/05/2024 13:57

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