Nigeria : atterrissage brutal d'un Boeing 747 ramenant des pèlerins de La Mecque

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20 2019

Nigeria : atterrissage brutal d'un Boeing 747 ramenant des pèlerins de La Mecque

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Un Boeing 747 transportant plus de 550 personnes, dont des pèlerins de retour de La Mecque pour la plupart, a effectué un atterrissage brutal samedi à Minna, chef-lieu de l'Etat nigérian du Niger (ouest), sans faire toutefois de victime, a-t-on appris de source aéroportuaire.

L'un des réacteurs de l'appareil ramenant les passagers de retour du pèlerinage annuel en Arabie saoudite a connu une avarie à l'approche de Minna et l'avion a dû effectuer un atterrissage d'urgence, au cours duquel personne n'a été tué, a-t-on indiqué à Xinhua par téléphone.

Un responsable de la sécurité de l'aéroport a confié à Xinhua que la piste et d'autres installations aéroportuaires avaient été endommagés suite à cet atterrissage brutal. La compagnie nigériane Max Air, opérateur de l'avion accidenté, n'a pas confirmé cet incident pour l'heure.

Hajiya Hassana Isah, porte-parole du Bureau d'aide des pèlerins (PWB), a déclaré à la presse que cet accident ne devrait pas affecter le voyage retour de quelque 2.000 autres pèlerins nigérians en Arabie saoudite.

Selon l'agence de presse officielle NAN, des responsables du bureau d'enquête sur les accidents à Lagos ont inspecté l'appareil endommagé, avant de se réunir à huis clos. / xinhuanet.com

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