A RAM flight made an emergency landing in Algiers on Thursday morning.
Rabat – A Royal Air Maroc (RAM) plane heading to Tunisia made an emergency landing in Algeria yesterday, after thick, white smoke started to emanate from its air vents.
The Casablanca-Tunis flight AT570 which was scheduled to arrive at Tunis International Airport at 10:30 a.m., sent a distress signal to land in Algiers.
One of the passengers, who posted photos of the incident on his Facebook account, said that passengers could detect “a strong smell of burning.”
Photos show Algerian police and firefighters handling the situation. Details about the cause of the smoke have not yet been reported.