A military plane belonging to the Salvadoran Air Force, had to make an emergency landing.
A military plane, a Cessna A-37 Dragonfly model, which belongs to the Salvadoran Air Force, had to make an emergency landing this Sunday at the Monseñor Oscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport in El Salvador while it was on fire.
Authorities have not revealed the causes that led to the fire that affected part of the turbine and the fuselage of the plane.
Images of the aircraft landing on the runway surrounded by flames quickly surfaced online.
Fortunately, there were no lives lost and no one was injured.
According to preliminary information, the landing gear failed.
The plane was scheduled to land at the Ilopango base, but due to an emergency it decided to do so in Comalapa, forcing the Runway closed for several hours.