Singapore Airlines’ 9V-SWB catches on fire at Singapore

Damaged by fire at Singapore on June 27, 2016

On June 27, 2016, Singapore Airlines flight 368 with the pictured Boeing 777-312 ER 9V-SWB (msn 33377), suffered an engine oil leak during a flight from Singapore to Milan (Malpensa).

The flight returned to the Singapore base and on landing, the right, number 2, engine caught on fire. The right wing was engulfed in flames. The fire was reportedly extinguished in 15 minutes. There were no reported injuries. 9V-SWB was significantly damaged.

Copyright Photo: Singapore Airlines Boeing 777-312 ER 9V-SWB (msn 33377) MUC (Arnd Wolf). Image: 933502.

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