Singapore Airlines jet undergoing repairs after 'suspected tail strike' in Myanmar: SIA

In this file picture, a Singapore Airlines plane is parked at Changi Airport on Nov 29, 2018. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - A Singapore Airlines jet that suffered a "suspected tail strike" on landing in Yangon on Nov 25 is undergoing repairs, the national carrier has confirmed.

SIA told The Straits Times that the incident is being investigated by Myanmar's Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau although it will also conduct its own internal investigation.

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