Flaming JAL Aircraft Carried Pets – Around 200 Checked Bags, No Cargo or Mail

Damaged JAL aircraft on land

Japan Airlines (JAL) disclosed that pets were on board the Sapporo/Chitose to Tokyo/Haneda JAL flight 516 (Airbus A350-900, registration JA13XJ), which collided with a Japan Coast Guard aircraft on January 2.

According to JAL, two passengers had checked in pets, which unfortunately could not be saved. The company is providing care to the affected passengers. All crew members and passengers were safely evacuated.

JAL’s ‘Travel with Pets Service’ allows for small animals and birds such as dogs, cats, rabbits to be placed in crates and checked in. Checked pets are loaded into the aircraft’s cargo hold.

Furthermore, there were around 200 pieces of checked luggage from passengers in the cargo hold, but no cargo or mail was being carried.

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