Changi Makes Change After Cargo Container Fault
Changi Airport has increased its focus on airside inspections and awareness for ramp workers and pilots, following a December 2013 incident in which a Singapore Airlines (SIA) Boeing 777-200 sucked an empty cargo container into its left engine as it approached the gate after a flight from Mumbai...
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