Royal Brunei B772 near Mumbai on Apr 15th 2012, cargo fire indication
Last Update: April 15, 2012 / 11:40:21 GMT/Zulu time
The airline confirmed the diversion due to an aft cargo fire indication, the aircraft landed safely, no injuries occurred. The passengers are going to be taken to hotels in India, visas for the passengers are currently being processed. A replacement aircraft is going to be dispatched to Mumbai and is estimated to depart Mumbai the following day and reach Brunei with a delay of 32 hours.
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