Instrument failure has forced an Etihad Airways flight to make an emergency landing at Brisbane.
The Airbus A330 service from Brisbane to Singapore on 21 November issued a mayday call shortly after take-off, returning to Brisbane Airport safely, news.com.au reported.
Flight EY473, carrying approximately 250 passengers, was forced to land after experiencing a “flight deck instrument failure”.
“The flight crew followed all standard operational procedures, declared an emergency, and made a precautionary landing,” a Brisbane Airport spokesperson told AFP.
“The aircraft landed without incident and all passengers and crew are safe… passengers are being re -booked to continue their journey on alternate carriers.”