Malaysia Airlines Hyderabad-KL flight returns to airport due to engine trouble

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Airlines Bhd has confirmed that its flight MH199 from Hyderabad to Kuala Lumpur on June 20, 2024 was forced to return to the Indian airport due to an issue with one of the aircraft's engines while climbing after taking off.

In a brief statement on Thursday (June 20), Malaysia Airlines said the aircraft landed safely at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport at 03.21am.

"All passengers and crew disembarked safely. Affected passengers will be reallocated to other flights for their continued journey.

"The aircraft is currently on ground for further inspection. Safety remains of utmost importance to Malaysia Airlines," read the statement.

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