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Qantas plane forced to abandon takeoff after terrified passengers reported smoke coming from engine


A Qantas plane has been forced to abandon takeoff after terrified passengers reported seeing smoke and flames coming from the engine. 

Over a hundred passengers were removed from the QF91 aircraft due to fly from Sydney to New Caledonia following reports of an engine fire on Sunday. 

Sydney Airport’s air traffic control tower notified the pilot of the issue with the starboard engine, who then shut down the engine as a precaution.

The plane was escorted from the runway back to the terminal to allow passengers to disembark and engineers to assess the aircraft. 

Over one hundred passengers were removed from the QF91 aircraft (pictured) due to fly from Sydney to New Caledonia following reports of an engine fire on Sunday morning

Over one hundred passengers were removed from the QF91 aircraft (pictured) due to fly from Sydney to New Caledonia following reports of an engine fire on Sunday morning

An alert issued by the aircraft's pilot asked for assistance from aviation fire and rescue crews with a number of firetrucks later escorting the plane back to the terminal

An alert issued by the aircraft’s pilot asked for assistance from aviation fire and rescue crews with a number of firetrucks later escorting the plane back to the terminal

Passengers scheduled to take-off from Sydney about 7.40am on Sunday were…



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