Kata Air Sudan aircraft caused chassis smoke when landing at Kazakhstan’s Almaty

When the Kata Air Sudan aircraft landed at the Kazakhstan’s Almaty International Airport on Sunday its chassis began to smoke, but there were no casualties, the Civil Aviation Committee of the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development (MIID) of Kazakhstan reported.

“Today, the Bombardier aircraft of a foreign airline, Kata Air Sudan, which landed at 00:45 pm local time at Almaty International Airport after a scheduled overflight, its chassis smoke occurred during the run,” the report said.

The search and rescue service for the flights of Almaty International Airport quickly liquidated the smoke. “The crew consisting of two people was not injured. The flight was carried out without passengers,” the airport informed. The Traffic Accidents Investigation Department under the above-listed Ministry will investigate what really happened.

Source – https://www.trend.az/

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