Ethiopian Airline plane catches fire at a Chinese airport. The aircraft was on a regular, scheduled cargo service from Shanghai to Sao Paulo-Santiago via Addis Ababa when the incident occurred.
An Ethiopian Airlines plane caught fire while loading cargo at a Chinese airport this Wednesday, the airliner said in a statement. The statement reads:
Meanwhile, all ground staff and flying crew are safe.
Ethiopian Airlines B777 freighter aircraft with registration number ET-ARH caught fire while loading cargo at Pudong Shanghai airport today, July 22, 2020. The aircraft was on a regular scheduled cargo service from Shanghai to Sao Paulo-Santiago via Addis Ababa. All ground staff and flying crew are safe.
Ethiopian has collaborated with all concerned authorities and contained the fire. The cause of the incident is under investigation by the appropriate authorities.
Source – Pindula News
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