Firefly flight forced to divert to Senai International Airport, with 66 onboardZULHISHAM ISAHAK
31 Jan 2023 09:15pm
Screenshot of the video taken by a passenger showing the bad weather situation causing the plane to divert to Senai International Airport.
In a statement, the airlines said that the FY3124 aircraft departed from Subang Airport at 7.20am and was scheduled to land at Seletar Airport at 8.40am before the disruption.
"However, the plane was diverted to Senai International Airport (LTAS) near here to wait out the bad weather before making the flight back to Seletar.
"A total of 66 passengers, including a baby, and four crew members were on board," the statement read.
Firefly also expressed gratitude and appreciation to all passengers for their patience until they safely arrived.
"The passengers' and the crew's safety is always our main priority in providing the best service," it added.
Earlier, a video taken by a passenger showing the bad weather situation causing the plane to divert went viral.
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