A passenger plane of British Airways from London to Islamabad has made an emergency landing.
DAILY POST reports that this is the fourth publicised aviation incident on Friday.
In United States, the Coast Guard Joint Rescue Command Centre in Honolulu said they were searching for a tour helicopter with seven people on board.
The news came hours after more than a dozen people died after a Bek Air plane with almost 100 people on board crashed near the city of Almaty in Kazakhstan.
Also in Nigeria, Air Peace Airline said that a man in his 20s emerged from the bush along the runway of the Murtala Muhammed Airport I (MMAI) and tried to gain access into its aircraft through the wheel-well.
In the latest British Airways incident, no passengers injured was injured, Xinhua said citing local airport authorities statement.
The Boeing B787-8 Dreamliner’s pilots requested permission to land at Heydar Aliyev International Airport amid warnings of heavy fog in the Pakistani capital.
According to the airport officials, the aircraft landed safely and the passengers are safe, and that all the passengers were accommodated in the transit zone of the Baku airport.