Horror on the Singapore Airlines Flight...

S Venkateshwari

Horror on the singapore Airlines Flight...

The airline said on tuesday that a significant turbulence over the indian Ocean caused a singapore Airlines flight to fall 1,800 meters in three minutes. A 73-year-old man from britain passed away, most likely from a heart attack, following a violent shake from turbulence. 211 passengers and 18 staff members were traveling from London's Heathrow airport to singapore on a Boeing 777. The airline did not provide the conditions of the three passengers who were supposed to be from India. The flight was diverted and made a landing in bangkok as a result of the turbulence and bad weather. Authorities stated that several, if not all, of the passengers suffered injuries.

Australia accounted for the majority of the passengers.

The following are the passengers' nationalities, according to the carrier: australia accounted for 56, followed by canada (2), germany (1), india (3), indonesia (2), iceland (4), ireland (1), israel (1), malaysia (16), Myanmar (2), new zealand (23), the philippines (5), singapore (41), south korea (1), spain (2), the united kingdom (47), and the united states of America (four).

Updates on the turbulence event involving singapore Airlines

At 5:05 a.m. (or 2:35 a.m. in indian time), a relief flight from SQ321 with 143 passengers and crew members touched down in singapore this morning. Six crew members and an additional 79 passengers, including those undergoing medical attention and their relatives, are still in Bangkok. In a video statement, singapore Airlines CEO Goh Choon Phong stated that the airline is "committed to providing every possible assistance and support to the travelers and crew employees who were on board SQ321, as well as their relatives and loved ones." He remarked, "Our thoughts and prayers are with the surviving family and loved ones of the deceased passenger."

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