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Max Air reportedly developed fault mid air, makes miraculous landing in Abuja

Max Air reportedly developed fault mid air, makes miraculous landing in Abuja

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Max Air reportedly developed fault mid air, makes miraculous landing in Abuja

Passengers on Max Air Flight VM 1642 from Yola to Abuja this afternoon (Saturday 24 Nov) reportedly survived the most dangerous flight of their lives, one Aminu Iyawa narrated on his Facebook Time line.

According to him, “From take off to landing, it was a terrible experience for them. The aircraft failed to maintain lift during inital ascend and kept dropping and pulling up as if it were a stunt.

The trouble kept recurring throughout the one hour flight (despite) the excellent weather up to the time it landed in Abuja by the miracle of the Almighty.

Aminu Iyawa, who claimed that four of his children were among the aircraft passengers when the incident happened, also stated that after the aircraft landed, the pilot did not make any announcement to calm nerves and neither did he apologise after landing, this according to him, some angry passengers wanted to lynch the pilot, but for the intervention of some elders among the passengers, while those on transit to Lagos disembarked, refusing to remain in the aircraft as instructed by the cabin executives.

Below is what he wrote:

Passengers on Max Air Flight VM 1642 from Yola to Abuja this afternoon (Saturday 24 Nov) survived the most dangerous flight of their lives to tell the story.

From take off to landing, it was a terrible experience for them. The aircraft failed to maintain lift during inital ascend and kept dropping and pulling up as if it were a stunt.

The trouble kept recurring throughout the one hour flight dispite the excellent weather up to the time it landed in Abuja by the miracle of the Almighty.

Typical of most airlines’ attitude towards passengers, the pilot did not deem it fair to make any announcement to calm nerves and neither did he apologise after landing.

Angry passengers wanted to lynch the pilot, but for the intervention of some elders among the passengers, while those on transit to Lagos disembarked, refusing to remain in the aircraft as instructed by the cabin executives.

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Administration (NCAA) should ground the aircraft with immediate effect and launch investigation to avert imminent national disaster.

Note:

Someone challenged my story and I want the world to know that three of my adult biological children, all graduates, including a lawyer were on that flight and narrated their ordeal to me as soon as they landed. You are free to confirm their names from the passenger manifest.

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