After colliding with a Japan Coast Guard helicopter on Tuesday night at Tokyo Haneda aircraft, an aircraft operated by Japan Airlines is seen engulfed in flames.
Unverified solutions claim that there are about 300 passengers on board the aircraft.
Another unreliable upgrade claims. All travelers ( estimate. 400 passengers from the Japan Airlines aircraft have disembarked at Haneda Airport.
In an effort to put out the flames, the aircraft fire department is on the field.
At Tokyo Haneda Airport, a Japan Airlines flight is on fireplace. phot. Cole Cameron ( @colecameron ) on Twitter.com/FaUAd7sERb as of January 2, 2024
Some aircraft operations at Haneda airport appear to be continuing despite the accident and a massive flames. One of the two worldwide flights serving the Greater Tokyo Area is Haneda Airport, which is also known as Tokyo International Airport and is sometimes referred to as Narita International airport.
Based in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan Airlines Co., Ltd. is the country’s regional flight. Along with Kansai International Airport and Itami Airport in Osaka, the airline has its main administrative centers at Narita International and Haneda Airports in Tokyo.
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