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Passengers who were on a flight that was forced to make an emergency landing in Bangkok yesterday afternoon after encountering severe air turbulence arrived at Changi Airport in Singapore this morning, with almost all briskly escorted out of the baggage collection area by Singapore Airlines staff.

 

The Straits Times reported that there were hugs and some tears as they reunited with worried family members and loved ones, and airport staff or personnel wearing Singapore Airlines vests ushered them to the arrival pick-up point. 

 

Their uneventful departure from the airport was a stark contrast to the ordeal that the passengers had experienced the day before, when SQ321 experienced sudden extreme turbulence over the Irrawaddy Basin about 10 hours after departing from London. 

 

Full story: Thai PBS 2024-05-22

 

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Ive been on that airline..never again...just had a bad gut exp the whole time with them......

 

and even the slightest drop on a plane send me into panic.....i can only imagine what the inside of that plane looks like

 

here come the lawsuits.......kudos to the crew and swampy for the quick response!

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3 minutes ago, Sticky Rice Balls said:

Ive been on that airline..never again...just had a bad gut exp the whole time with them......

 

and even the slightest drop on a plane send me into panic.....i can only imagine what the inside of that plane looks like

 

here come the lawsuits.......kudos to the crew and swampy for the quick response!

Lawsuits - why?

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10 hours ago, Puccini said:

The news articles did not mention whether any passengers on the Singapore Airlines flight had connecting flights booked to another destination.

I read about half of the passengers were headed to Australia or New Zealand 

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