Japan Airlines Jet Makes Emergency Landing After Mid-air Engine Shutdown

An airline spokesman said, a Japan Airlines jetliner with 228 passengers was forced to turn around for an emergency landing in Tokyo on Wednesday after the aircraft's right engine shut down during a flight to the northern Hokkaido island. The spokesman said, the Boeing 777, powered by Pratt & Whitney engines, landed safely at Tokyo's Haneda airport, with no injuries reported. The cause of the engine shutdown was as yet unknown, he added.




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