Malaysia Airlines said on Sunday that passengers and crew on a flight from London to Kuala Lumpur suffered minor injuries because of severe turbulence.
Malaysia Airlines flight MH1, carrying 378 passengers and crew, experienced “a brief moment of severe turbulence” over the Bay of Bengal, the company said in a statement.
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A “small number” of injured passengers and crew on the flight, an Airbus A380, were treated by medical officers on arrival on Sunday, the company added.
Photos shared on social media showed toppled food carts, food strewn all over the aisle and cracks in overhead passenger units.