Airbus A320 catches fire in Brazil
BELO HORIZONTE – An Airbus A320 of the Airline LATAM caught fire last Tuesday on the Airport of Belo Horizonte. The cause of the fire was was the baggagebelt when unloading the baggage from the plane. During the fire there were still passengers on the plane who were then evacuated immediately. Nobody was injured during the fire, and it is not clear how much the damage on the aircraft is. The authorities are still investigating this matter.
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