In a close shave with disaster, a Max Air flight with 143 passengers onboard crash-landed at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja, Nigeria.
The flight which departed from Yola, Adamawa state had a bumpy landing as the aircraft experienced two tyre bursts. An infant was also among the passengers.
In a statement released by the airline, the emergency response team immediately swung into action to contain the situation.
This incident has once again highlighted the need for enhanced safety measures and regular maintenance checks in the aviation industry.
Passengers on the aircraft were fortunate to escape unharmed, and it’s a relief that there was no major loss of life or property.
This serves as a reminder of the importance of stringent safety protocols and regular inspection of aircraft to prevent accidents.