Plane of Emirates Crash-Lands at the Airport of Dubai

Emirates Plane(Photo: channelnewsasia.com)

According to Flight Radar, they closed the airport, and all take-offs and landings were stopped. There were pictures posted on social media which were considered to be of the incident photos showed a black cloud of smoke rising from the top of a burning plane.

On Twitter, Emirates approved that the flight EK521 from Thiruvananthapuram [in Kerala] to Dubai had been complicated in an accident at Dubai International. They added that there were275 people on board, including passengers and crew. They ensured that their top priority is to keep the safety of all the involved people.

London-based aviation expert Alex Macheras announced to Al Jazeera that the event was uncommon also adding that those who want to fly to Dubai had to wait a lot now.

During his speech, he added that Emirates were operating completely long-haul navy. The aircraft was coming in a normal way to the airport, which is much overfilled.

Having a look at those awful photos, the landing gear is not seen anywhere.

Video considered to be of the incident presented a tower of flame overflowing from the front part of the aircraft, and then a thick black plume of smoke growing into the sky. Reuters was incapable autonomously of proving the footage.

The photographs from the incident displayed on social media showed an airplane lying furrowed on its belly on the tarmac with black smoke driving from its front section.

Authorities said that all departure airlifts from Dubai International which is considered the world’s busiest airport for international travel were postponed until further notice.

A spokesperson for operator Dubai Airports announced that all passengers and the crew of the aboard Flight EK521, which was coming from Thiruvananthapuram, the plane had been carefully evacuated, and emergency services were handling the situation.

Emirates Airline officially announced that there had been 275 passengers and crew aboard the plane of a Boeing 777-300.

Plane producer of the Boeing stated it had been monitoring the situation in Dubai, and it would be cooperating with Emirates further to gather more information.

DUBAI:  On Wednesday an Emirates airline flight which was coming from Thiruvananthapuram in India suddenly crash-landed at the Dubai International Airport and got fire.

At around 12.45 pm local time the plane, a Boeing 777, landed on its tail. The right wing of the aircraft got into the fire, and some part of the engine was fallen off.

Officials announced that all passengers of flight EK 521 were taken safely through emergency exits before the fire was spread.

In the statement, Emirates announced that there were 282 passengers and 18 crew on the board. They added that their top priority is still connected with the passengers and crew involved in the accident. They said that there would be 4-hour network wide delay.

Images presented on TV, and social media introduced thick, black smoke coming from the front part of a burning airplane. Sirens of the Ambulances were heard from the back. One of the passengers told the TV channel that the cabin was full of smoke, bit there was no announcement and he doors were opened in a forced way.

An Indian journalist based in Dubai announced that some of the passengers were injured. At the end, he added that the injuries were not very serious.

A pilot who saw the incident told NDTV that he noticed the plane coming in a fast way and hit the runway tail first.
The pilot added that they saw big fires after that the body hit the runway and the right landing gear slanted, followed by the right engine coming off.

Then the plane slipped for a while until at last, it stopped.
Flights from Dubai have been postponed, and others arranged to fly in have been distracted to Sharjah.

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