Cracked windshield forces SIA plane to land
SINGAPORE: A Singapore Airlines plane bound for Melbourne had to turn back to Changi Airport early Monday morning. An SIA spokesman told MediaCorp that about one hour after its take-off, Flight SQ237 flew back to Singapore after a crack formed on the first officer's windshield. The aircraft, a Boeing 747-400, departed Singapore at 11.52pm (23:52 local time) on February 20 and touched down at Singapore at 2.43am. An aircraft change was carried out and the flight left Singapore for Melbourne at 4.42am Monday morning.