Jordanian flight, with 133 passengers on board, ‘forced’ to make landing

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  • The airline is currently working with the concerned authorities to determine the reason behind the error

  • The airline didn’t disclose the reason for early landing of the aircraft or why it was “forced” to make a landing

Royal Jordanian Airline flight on Cairo-Amman route, with 133 passengers on board, had to make an emergency landing on Monday at Amman’s Queen Alia International Airport 10 minutes before the scheduled landing time.

The airline didn’t disclose the reason for early landing of the aircraft or why it was “forced” to make a landing. The airline said in a statement that it successfully completed the landing of the jet on the main runway, and all 133 passengers and six crew members of the flight were evacuated and transferred to the airport.

The airline is currently working with the concerned authorities to determine the reason behind the error, local media said.

 

 

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