Operations are back to normal at Myanmar’s major international airport, after shutting down for 19 hours Thursday when an aircraft skidded off the runway.
No one was hurt when an engine failure caused a Y-8 military plane to skid off the runway, but inbound flights from China and several ASEAN nations were held up an hour.
Rescue workers were still trying to get to the miners, who became trapped when heavy rains flooded and then collapsed a mine in Minhla Township Sunday evening.
A Japanese pilot, who was arrested at Heathrow airport as he prepared to fly an aircraft while more than nine times over the aviation alcohol limit, was jailed for 10 months.
Investigators said the airspeed indicator of a plane that crashed was damaged for its last four flights. US authorities responded cautiously to suggestions of fleet-wide checks.
A Lion Air pilot made a radio alert minutes after takeoff due to technical problems, but they were overcome. The same jet crashed on another flight hours later, killing 189 people.