LONDON – A plane from Singapore Airlines was sucked into strong turbulence right at dinner time. The result was a mangled mess of food, drinks, trays and pillows spilled all over the plane cabin’s floor.
NDJ World | Published: May 31 2013 Travel
The flight was on route from Singapore to London. Only two hours into the flight, the plane was shaken about by strong turbulence. Unfortunately, the stewardesses were serving the passengers meals at that same moment. The head pilot ordered the stewardesses and the passengers to sit down and buckle up.
When the turbulence was over, the food lay on the plane’s floor mashed up with trays, beverages and even pillow.
Alan Cross was a passenger on that flight and posted the photo of what the airplane cabin looked like after the sudden drop on Instagram.
More than 300 passengers were on board the flight. 11 of them and two stewardesses suffered minor injures but all of them were scared out of their wits.
The plane landed safe at Heathrow Airport in London and the ground cleaning crew was given the honors to clean up the ‘high altitude’ mess.
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