Flight Radar, a service that tracks and shows realtime position of aircrafts is reporting that yet another Malaysian Airlines aircraft made an emergency landing in Kuala Lumpur soon after take off. The reason is currently unknown but Malaysian Airlines MH198 from Kuala Lumpur to Hyderabad started maintaining a holding position after take off and burnt fuel to prepare for an emergency landing. Also Read - PUBG Mobile then vs Battlegrounds Mobile India now: How much has changed since 2018?
Malaysian Airlines flight #MH198 holding and burning fuel after departure http://t.co/7YfT50nEvF Reason unknown pic.twitter.com/fOryv11T4L Also Read - Top phones with 108MP cameras under Rs 25,000 in June 2021: Realme 8 Pro and more
— Flightradar24 (@flightradar24) September 13, 2014
The news has been broken first by Flight Radar before the airlines or the Kuala Lumpur airport. This isn’t the first time that Flight Radar has come handy.
Flight Radar has become a source of tracking airline emergency situations in real time. Meanwhile a search for flight MH198 on Google still shows the flight is on schedule and about to land in Hyderabad in a few minutes, suggesting it is not being updated in real time.
Update: Flight Radar24 shows that the flight has been diverted back to the airport. Meanwhile, Google still shows the same status that the flight landed in Hyderabad. BGR India called the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad where an IVR system suggests the plane is now expected at 1:30PM.