Two Singapore Airlines aircraft involved in separate landing incidents

Investigations have been opened into two separate landing incidents involving Singapore Airlines’ aircraft within a week. On Nov. 24, a SIA Airbus A330-300, operating as flight SQ998, was slightly damaged after experiencing a “suspected tailstrike” while landing at Myanmar’s Yangon International...

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