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(Breaking News) Malaysia Airlines flight diverted after electrical problem

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A Malaysia Airlines flight from
Kuala Lumpur to Incheon, South Korea, was diverted to Hong
Kong early Monday because of a problem with its electrical supply,
the airline said.
The plane, an Airbus A330-300, landed in Hong Kong
“uneventfully,” Malaysia Airlines said, and the 271 passengers on
board have been transferred onto flights with other airlines.
The reason for the diversion of Malaysia Airlines Flight 066 was
“an inoperative aircraft generator, which supplies normal electrical
power,” the company said. Electrical power continued to be supplied
by the plane’s auxiliary power unit, it said.
Malaysia Airlines is in the international spotlight following the
disappearance more than two weeks ago of one of its passenger jets
with 239 people on board. That plane, Flight 370, was on its way
from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing when it vanished over Southeast
Asia.

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