Published: 2013-11-11 15:17:26 Author: Source: New Fastweb Views: comment:

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According to the "Sydney Morning Herald" report, on Friday night, a violent air current prevented two Qantas airliners from landing at Sydney Airport and was forced to land in the Williamtown area north of Newcastle. The incident resulted in injuries to two passengers and hundreds of people trapped.

The two passenger planes departed from Melbourne and Perth respectively. Two passengers on the QF2 airliner from Melbourne were hit by loose objects in the cabin and were injured. They were taken to a hospital in Newcastle for treatment and discharged on Saturday morning. The rest of the passengers on board took the bus to Sydney overnight. Current affairs commentator Jane Caro was also on a passenger plane flying from Melbourne at the time. She said on Twitter that Qantas "threw passengers" at Sydney Airport during the curfew, without taxis.

A Qantas spokesperson said that the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (Australian Transport Safety Bureau) had learned of the two incidents.

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According to the "Sydney Morning Herald" report, on Friday night, a violent air current prevented two Qantas airliners from landing at Sydney Airport and was forced to land in the Williamtown area north of Newcastle. The incident resulted in injuries to two passengers and hundreds of people trapped.

The two passenger planes departed from Melbourne and Perth respectively. Two passengers on the QF2 airliner from Melbourne were hit by loose objects in the cabin and were injured. They were taken to a hospital in Newcastle for treatment and discharged on Saturday morning. The rest of the passengers on board took the bus to Sydney overnight. Current affairs commentator Jane Caro was also on a passenger plane flying from Melbourne at the time. She said on Twitter that Qantas "threw passengers" at Sydney Airport during the curfew, without taxis.

A Qantas spokesperson said that the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (Australian Transport Safety Bureau) had learned of the two incidents.