Pilots on Atlas Air Boeing 747-400F were evacuated via emergency slide

June 21, 2018


Pilots on Atlas Air Boeing 747-400F were evacuated via emergency slide after landing at Chicago O’Hare International Airport, U.S.A, due to apparent fire in the cargo hold. 


The flight #5Y2134 from Anchorage, declared emergency after fire indicator alarm went on and landed at O’Hare Intl Airport. According to crew, soon after the landing the fire alarm went out and found no fire. 


The aircraft is now sitting on Taxiway S1 after exiting runway 10C.

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