A Singapore Airlines (SIA) flight caught fire while making an emergency landing at the Changi airport early on Monday morning. None of the 222 passengers or the 19 crew aboard the plane en route to Milan was injured in the incident.
The SIA Flight SQ368 had departed from Changi airport for Milan at around 2.05 am on Monday. After about two hours, the pilot announced that there was a glitch in the right engine of the flight. Following the announcement the flight had to turn back to Singapore and made an emergency landing.
According to one of the passengers there was an explosion in the right engine of the plane and the right wing was burning when the plane was landing. Sources said that despite the fire, passengers aboard were surprisingly calm.