An Ethiopian Airlines' Boeing 777 payload plane burst into flames while the stacking load at Shanghai Pudong International Airport on Wednesday, the aircraft stated, including that fire has been contained and none of the group or ground staff were hurt.
The reason for the episode was under scrutiny, Ethiopian Airlines said in a Facebook post. The airplane was on a normally planned load administration from Shanghai to Sao Paulo-Santiago, it included.
Pictures and recordings coursing on Chinese internet based life indicated substantial smoke pouring from an Ethiopian airplane, and a huge segment of the upper fuselage seemed burned.
After the fire broke, flights destined for Shanghai Pudong International Airport were occupied to Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport, said avionics information supplier Variflight.