Ethiopian dreamliner catches fire at LHR

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    my bad...didn't see it
     
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    IMHO, doesn't really matter, it's more important to get people informed. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Official LHR UPDATE:




    Important passenger information

    The runways are now fully re-opened, following an earlier internal fire on-board an aircraft. All arrivals and departures were earlier temporarily suspended while airport fire crews attended to the incident. Flights are now operating, but will be subject to delay.​

    Please check the status of your flight with your airline before travelling to Heathrow.​

    The Metropolitan Police Service have advised that there were no passengers on board and no reported injuries.​

    You can keep up-to-date by following Heathrow on Twitter and Facebook or receive individual flight status updates on the move by using our mobile app or our SMS text service.​

     
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    Captain Oveur, anileze and uggboy like this.
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    That's what MP is all about, IMHO! :)
     
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    The Ethiopian Airlines Dreamliner in the Heathrow incident - named the Queen of Sheba - flew from Addis Ababa to Nairobi on the first commercial flight since the grounding.
     

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