Friday, February 26, 2016

TUDM Emergency Landing

Malaysia News

TUDM Emergency Landing
At Kuala Selangor Beach, Malaysia.

A CN235 transport aircraft made an emergency landing near Kuala Selangor beach at 8.50 this morning. The plane is owned by the Royal Malaysian Air Force (TUDM) based at Subang Air Base. During the incident, the aircraft was carrying eight crew members. All of them are reported to be safe with the help of local fishermen who were in the vicinity. Force said in a statement it plans to set up an investigative unit to identify the cause of the incident. TUDM will also seek to make the best recovery.

CN235 aircraft is an aircraft carrier that can accommodate up to 35 passengers, has two fans and smaller than the C130. The plane carrying eight crew members were reported safe. It is understood that among the passengers involved is three-ranking officer Major, Captain (1), Lieutenant (1), Warrant Officer (1), and Sergeant (2).

The crew CN235 aircraft of the Royal Malaysian Air Force (TUDM) that landed in Turkish Aid Kuala Selangor was taken to the Subang Air Base. Force said in a statement reported, all crew members were flown by helicopter EC725 and landing at Subang Air Base at 10:18 am today. Upon arrival at the Subang Air Base, a medical doctor ATM has made inspections of all crew members.
The Prime Minister wants to cause CN235 aircraft owned by the Royal Malaysian Air Force (TUDM), which made an emergency landing at Batu 2, Kuala Selangor, Friday, is being investigated as soon as possible. Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak in his latest posting on his Facebook page also expressed gratitude for all of the eight crew were safe"Thanks also to the local fishermen who lend a hand to the crew of the TUDM. May God Almighty bless you, "he said. In the incident at 8.50 am, the plane carrying eight crew reported an emergency landing near the coast of Kuala Selangor.

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