Emirate Airline Releases Statement After It’s Plane Crash Landed In Dubai

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An Emirate airline flight travelling from Trivandrum International Airport in Thiruvananthapuram, India, to Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, on Wednesday caught fire after landing at the Dubai International Airport.

A total of 300 passengers and crew aboard the plane were safely evacuated but a fire service man was reportedly killed.

Below is a statement by Emirates Airlines:

Emirates can confirm that today, 3 August 2016, flight EK521 travelling from Trivandrum International Airport in Thiruvananthapuram, India to Dubai has been involved in an accident at Dubai International Airport. There were 282 passengers and 18 crew on board.

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The Boeing 777 aircraft, departed at 10.19am from Trivandrum International Airport and was scheduled to land at 12.50pm at Dubai International Airport.

We can confirm that there are no fatalities among our passengers and crew. All passengers and crew are accounted for and safe.

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We are expecting a 4-hour network wide delay, more information will be available on the Emirates website and social media channels.

The main priority remains with those involved and offering support to concerned family and friends.

Dedicated telephone lines are now active for family members:
UAE – 8002111
UK – 00442034508853
US – 0018113502081

For members of the media, the Emirates Press Office in Dubai is now activated: 00971 4 708 37 13

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