Dubai Airport Flights Resume After Emirates Accident
DUBAI, (APP - UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 3rd August, 2016) - Dubai airport, the world's busiest in terms of international passengers, resumed flights on Wednesday after a nearly four-hour shutdown caused by an accident involving an Emirates plane, authorities said.
All 300 passengers on board the plane coming from India were evacuated safely, the government has said, as footage on social media showed smoke billowing from the aircraft. The cause was not yet clear.
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