Tigerair flight from Taiwan to S’pore redirected to Ho Chi Minh

A Tigerair flight from Taiwan to Singapore needed to make an unscheduled arriving at Ho Chi Minh on Friday (Jan 6), a representative for Tigerair said in a press articulation.

The representative for Tigerair said that Flight TR2993, which was conveying 163 travelers from Taipei to Singapore, was redirected to Ho Chi Minh City “because of a consuming scent in the lodge”.

As indicated by Tigerair, the airplane has since been grounded “for examination and upkeep by our architects”.

Flight TR2993 had taken off from Taipei at 1.55pm and was booked to arrive in Singapore at 6.55pm.

As indicated by Internet flight following administration FlightAware, the plane arrived at Tan Son Nhat International at 4.48pm.

“We have conveyed a ship flight to take visitors back to Singapore from Ho Chin Minh City in the early morning of Jan 7. Refreshments have been given to the influenced visitors in Ho Chi Minh City,” the representative included.

Tigerair illuminated that there was no fire in the flying machine and the episode was not caused by a motor issue.

“Security is of most extreme significance to Tigerair and we will save no exertion in guaranteeing the prosperity of our visitors,” the aircraft said.