In another concerning mid-air incident, a Qatar Airways flight from Doha to Dublin experienced severe turbulence, resulting in injuries to 12 passengers, officials confirmed on Sunday. The turbulence occurred while the aircraft, flight QR107, was flying over Turkey.

Dublin Airport authorities reported that the injured included six passengers and six crew members. The incident triggered an emergency response upon the flight’s arrival in Dublin, ensuring that all injured individuals received immediate medical attention.

This turbulence incident follows closely on the heels of a similar event involving Singapore Airlines flight SQ321. That flight, bound for Singapore, encountered severe turbulence resulting in the tragic death of one passenger.

Authorities have underscored the importance of keeping seat belts fastened while seated to mitigate the risk of injuries during unexpected turbulence. Qatar Airways has expressed its commitment to the safety and well-being of its passengers and crew, emphasizing that it will provide support to those affected by this incident.

The airline has also assured a thorough investigation into the incident to understand the circumstances and prevent future occurrences.