A Japanese Airlines passenger plane returned urgently after take-off, no one was injured.
Tokyo, December 4th According to a report by the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK), a Japanese Airlines passenger plane returned due to engine failure after taking off from Japan’s Naha Airport on the 4th, and no one on board was injured.
According to the Naha Airport Office of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport of Japan, at about 11:30 a.m. local time on the 4th, a Japanese Airlines passenger plane departing from Naha Airport to Tokyo Haneda Airport reported an engine failure after take-off and asked for an emergency return.
At about 12:24, the plane landed at Naha Airport and stopped on the runway. It is reported that no one was injured on the passenger plane.
According to the camera taken by NHK set up at Naha Airport, the engine on the left side of the plane showed signs of damage. Relevant departments are further investigating the specific reasons.