Government reacts to passenger jet's Fujairah corniche landing reports


Government reacts to passenger jets Fujairah corniche landing reports

Fujairah - Video and photos of a big plane on the corniche had gone viral.

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Published: Tue 22 Jan 2019, 5:05 PM

Last updated: Wed 23 Jan 2019, 8:15 AM

An official source at the Fujairah Government has also denied news about a passenger plane landing on the Fujairah corniche.
The plane, the source said, was actually an 'out of service' structure of a jet, and it was placed there with knowledge of the local authorities for commercial purposes. It will be transported to Bahrain in the coming days, Wam reported on Tuesday.

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The source added the news on the social media about the plane is based on incorrect information, urging all segments of the society to avoid spreading such false news as it impacts the safety and security of people.

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