A Singapore Airlines (SIA) Boeing 777-300ER caught fire after landing at Singapore Changi Airport at 0650 local time June 27. According to SIA, the fire emanated from the aircraft’s right GE Aviation GE90-115B engine. SIA said the 777-300ER, operating as flight SQ368, was en route from Singapore to Milan when the pilots decided to return to Singapore after an engine oil warning message. All 222 passengers and 19 crew aboard the aircraft disembarked safely, according to SIA. Video of ...

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