AIRASIA FLIGHT MAKES EMERGENCY LANDING IN AUSTRALIA DUE TO PROBLEMS WITH NAVIGATION SYSTEM

An AirAsia Airbus A330, Flight XAX223, made an emergency landing in Australia last Tuesday after it developed problems with its internal map navigation display.

The flight had taken off from Sydney and was headed to Kuala Lumpur, but turned back and landed in Melbourne after problems emerged with its navigation system.

AirAsia has confirmed the diversion but did not give details on how many people were on board the flight.

AirAsia suffered its first fatal crash last December when AirAsia Flight QZ8501 went down in stormy weather off Indonesia.

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