On the afternoon of the 25th, the ANA aircraft heading from Kumamoto Airport to Osaka Airport shook greatly, and the flight attendants struck their hips on the floor, causing serious injuries.

According to ANA, the turbulence of the airflow seems to be the cause of the shaking, and the Japan Transport Safety Board will investigate the cause in detail.

According to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, ANA flight 1626, which departed from Kumamoto Airport and headed for Osaka Airport, was flying over Tokushima Prefecture at an altitude of about 5200 meters, and the aircraft suddenly became large. It shook.

There were 70 passengers and 4 crew members on the passenger plane, and one flight attendant who was working in the cooking room at the rear of the plane hit his hips against the floor and suffered a serious injury that broke his hips.

According to ANA, the pilot explained the situation and no problems were found in the aircraft, so it seems that the aircraft shook due to the turbulence of the air flow, but at that time, the seatbelt wearing sign was not lit.

The Japan Transport Safety Board will investigate the detailed cause of the aviation accident.