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Friday, 27 May 2016 | 13:20 WIB
Korean Air Jet has Apparent Engine Fire at Tokyo Airport
Korean Air Jet has Apparent Engine Fire at Tokyo Airport
An aerial picture shows passengers standing near a Korean Air Lines plane after smoke rose from one of its engines at Haneda airport in Tokyo, Japan, May 27, 2016. Korean Air Lines evacuated 319 passengers and crew from an aircraft preparing to take off from Japan's Haneda Airport in Tokyo after smoke came from its left engine. No injuries were reported, although around 30 passengers said they felt unwell, the state-owned broadcaster said. Kyodo/via REUTERS
  • Korean Air Jet has Apparent Engine Fire at Tokyo Airport
  • Korean Air Jet has Apparent Engine Fire at Tokyo Airport
  • Korean Air Jet has Apparent Engine Fire at Tokyo Airport
  • Korean Air Jet has Apparent Engine Fire at Tokyo Airport
  • Korean Air Jet has Apparent Engine Fire at Tokyo Airport
  • Korean Air Jet has Apparent Engine Fire at Tokyo Airport
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