Tambolaka: Technicians and airport employees have been captured in a viral photo cpushing 35,000 kilogram plane along an Indonesian runway.
The incident involving Garuda Indonesia aircraft is believed to have unfolded at Tambolaka airport in the province of East Nusa Tengarra on thursday.
Around 20 men were seen slowly pushing the plane backwards in the direction of the terminal, 8 passengers on board filmed the pandemonium.
Social media users suggested the plane had broken down and passengers were forced to help, but the airline soon put an end to the speculation.
"There was no push back available, the thing that pushes and tugs aeroplanes back. So it was pushed by technicians and employees at the airport." Said Garuda's Public Relations manager Ikhsan Rosan.
"Everything is running smoothly... Everything is fine" he reportedly concluded.
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