The Airbus A380 flew in 14 hours with two on the side

(CNN) – Passengers on the Emirates flight to Brisbane, Australia were shocked to find a large hole in the side of the plane as they descended.

The crew of the Airbus A380 from Dubai to the Australian city suffered casualties as they left the plane after a 14 -hour flight on July 1st.

Pictures of the plane posted on the website show the extent of the puncture, due to a broken tire caused by a “technical fault” during the flight, according to with the plane.

One of the passengers on the ship took to Twitter to describe the “horrific” incident, which took place “during a cruise.”

“It was really scary at first and the passengers saw something important coming – they were immediately connected to the cockpit,” wrote Andrew Morris, an English professor at Loughborough University. UK.

“Soon, they started again as usual. Their calm nature was reassuring – they knew it wasn’t a disaster.”

Although it is not clear how long the plane took to fly when the accident occurred, some reports say it took about 45 minutes to fly.

‘Aha technology’

The Aviation Herald reports that passengers have told pilots at Brisbane Airport about the situation ahead of time and asked the airline to meet emergency services on landing.

Emirates issued a statement that did not affect “the fuselage, frame or shape of the aircraft.”

“Our EK430 flight from Dubai to Brisbane on July 1 had a technical error,” the statement said.

“One of the plane’s 22 wheels broke during the flight, damaging a small part of the aerodynamic fairing, which is the outer surface or surface of the plane.”

The airline continued to make sure the plane landed safely in Australia, and the passengers left as scheduled. The damage to the outside of the plane was repaired.

“The fairing has been completely redesigned, inspected and cleaned by engineers, Airbus and all relevant authorities,” Emirates said.

“The safety of our passengers and fleet is our top priority.”

The incident comes just days after the much -loved superjumbo A380, in a state of shock, was given to a paramedic, when the German airliner announced that it was Lufthansa plans to restore the aircraft from the summer of 2023.

The Airbus A380 is on its way since Airbus announced in 2019 that it had completed production of the aircraft.

CNN contacted Emirates for further comment.

Image courtesy: Avherald.com

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