A Korean Air Boeing 777-300 experienced an engine fire and aborted takeoff from Tokyo Haneda International Airport May 27. The 302 passengers and 17 crew members on flight KE2708 bound for Seoul’s Gimpo Airport in Korea were evacuated by emergency chute from the aircraft. Unconfirmed reports in local media cite several passengers as suffering minor injuries during the evacuation. All traffic was immediately suspended at the airport, but operations resumed shortly after the fire was ...

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