A passenger plane of Japan Airlines that took off from Naha Airport returned to Naha Airport due to engine trouble and made an emergency landing.
According to the airport office, the passengers and crew were not injured.
With the NHK camera, you can see that the engine on the left side of the aircraft is damaged.
According to the Naha Airport Office of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, at around 11:30 am on the 4th, an engine trouble occurred on Japan Airlines flight 904, which was taking off from Naha Airport and heading for Haneda Airport, so I contacted him to return and make an emergency landing. That is.
Flight 904 landed at Naha Airport at around 0:24 pm on the 4th and stopped on the runway.
According to Japan Airlines, there are 178 passengers and 11 crew members, and according to the airport office, no one was injured.
According to the camera installed by NHK at Naha Airport, the Boeing 777 aircraft of Japan Airlines, which is being towed after stopping on the runway, has some of the blades inside the engine on the left side missing and the cover is also damaged. Can be confirmed.
The status of the 1st engine on the left side of the aircraft
In the image taken from the camera installed by NHK at Naha Airport, it seems that the blade = blade of the first engine on the left side of the aircraft is damaged and there is a hole, and the outer cover is peeled off and turned up. Looks like.