- A video has shown some passengers pushing an aeroplane off the runway as it burst a tyre and it got stuck
- The action to get the plane off the tarmac became really necessary as other aircraft also needed to use the runway
- Many people who reacted to the video online found the act really funny, wondering when an aeroplane started being pushed like a broken car
A viral video has shown passengers giving helping hands to a 19-seater private jet in Nepal after the aircraft lost a tyre and could not taxi.
Daily Mail reports that the incident took place at Bajura Airport, Kolti. It gathered that the passengers were forced to push the aeroplane to safety after it got stuck on the runway.
Pushed like a broken vehicle
Officials at the airport also joined the people to push off the plane as other airplanes hovered, waiting for the runaway to be free before they could land.
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An unnamed person who commented on the situation gave kudos to the passengers who abandoned their comfort to help the pilot.
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YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
Manita Roy said:
"To everyone wondering, this airport is located at high mountains in remote region with no infrastructure available. The tyre burst and the plane blocked entire runway. No such equipment to remove the plane was available. The plane had to be pushed sideways anyhow and these people pushed the plane. A great example of unity and spirit."
Kunal Patil said:
"What else we can expect from country like Nepal."
Tronix Gamerz replied:
"K it was tyre burst and they were helping plane off runway because it was blocking the area for the other planes."
Aeroplane passengers pray hard
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported about a video of passengers in a plane from Owerri to Lagos going into a serious prayer session after they had a close shave with death stirred reaction.
A message by @instablog9ja revealed that the incident forced the plane to have an emergency landing in Port Harcourt.
The pilot made that decision after sounds of cracks were heard from the aeroplane's engines. In the video, there was a great noise of people praying the only way they could.
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