A South Korean passenger plane operated by low cost airline company Jin Air was forced to turn back and make an emergency landing after it was found that one of the doors on the aircraft was not completely shut.
According to CNN, the alarming incident happened on Sunday during a flight from Cebu, Philippines to Busan, South Korea.
The report adds that the aircraft was already 40 minutes into the flight when it was discovered that one of the doors was not completely shut. The plane was at an altitude of 10,000 feet when the incident happened.
The aircraft involved in the incident was a Boeing 737-800, which is a twin-jet, single aisle, narrow body plane. There were a total of 163 people on board the aircraft on the day of the incident, Yahoo News said.
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