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Ethiopian Aircraft Obliquely Caused Tragedy At Entebbe Airport

Ethiopian Aircraft Obliquely Caused Tragedy At Entebbe Airport

The Ethiopian Airways caused fear and serious tragedy when the Aircraft slightly moved off the run way to a different direction. This caused a lot of panic at Entebbe International airport. The incident  happened today in the morning where this Ethiopian Airlines B-737-800 aircraft Reg. No. ET-ATV with flight number ET338, almost obliquely fell astray.

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However, this Ethiopian aircraft flew from Addis Ababa to Entebbe where it diagonally moved off the runway during the process of it’s landing. But on the safe side, this Aircraft never caused harm to anyone as reported. All the passengers and the workers had to move off immediately to investigate the root cause after skidding.

“Passengers and crew were safely deplaned, taken to the terminal and cleared normally through regular clearance process. There is no damage to the aircraft and it is being towed to ramp” the Airline claims.

It’s rare for such a big aircraft to cause such nuisance because the Ethiopian Airlines is among the best in Africa.

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