Minor glow in Japan gov’t craft galley, with Abe on approach to Thailand

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A teenager glow occurred Sunday in a galley on a Japanese supervision craft holding Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to Thailand, officials said.

The glow started in an oven shortly before 3 p.m. in a galley in a back territory of a Boeing 777-300ER, when organisation members were scheming in-flight dishes and was extinguished by them immediately, with no one injured. It caused no change in a moody plan, a officials said.

Abe over Tokyo’s Haneda airfield during 1:41 p.m. for Thailand to attend a array of summits associated to a Association of Southeast Asian Nations.

The aircraft, operated by a Air Self-Defense Force, was introduced in Apr to reinstate a prior supervision plane, a Boeing 747.


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