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False Fire Alarm Prompts Emergency Landing Of Port Harcourt-Lagos Flight – Air Peace

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Air Peace has revealed that a false fire alarm caused the emergency landing of its Port Harcourt-Lagos flight on April 25, 2024.

According to a press statement, the pilots received a fire warning indicator in the cockpit minutes before landing, prompting them to take safety precautions and shut down the engines.

The statement posted on its official X channel on Thursday night, April 25th, 2024, stated that the plane landed in an emergency at the Muritala Mohammed Airport.

However, upon landing, it was discovered that the alarm was falsely triggered, and there was no fire incident.

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All passengers disembarked safely, and the airline has reassured the public of its commitment to safety.

The press statement reads;

‘We wish to inform the flying public of an incident that occurred during our Port Harcourt-Lagos flight P47193 of today, April 25, 2024.

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“Some minutes before landing, our Captain noticed a fire warning indicator in the cockpit.

“The pilots performed all safety precautionary measures and the fire indicator went off. The Captain immediately notified our Operations Control Center in Lagos at 17:37hrs.

“It was determined upon landing that the alarm was falsely triggered as there was no fire event.
The aircraft landed safely, and all passengers disembarked normally.

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We want to reassure the flying public that safety remains our utmost priority, and we are unwavering in our commitment to it.’’

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