Singapore Flight SQ321

Legal Advice


On May 21, 2024, Singapore Airlines Flight SQ321 from London to Singapore encountered severe clear air turbulence over Myanmar, resulting in a sudden 6000 ft drop. This incident caused severe injuries among passengers and crew, including one fatality. The flight diverted to Bangkok, where it landed safely.

The Singapore Transport Safety Investigation Bureau (TSIB) and the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) are investigating the incident.

This project aims to:

  • Determine if the crew had reason to suspect pending turbulence;
  • Provide advice re financial losses & compensation coverage for affected passengers and their families;
  • Advocate for safer in-flight practices and technological advances to avoid dangerous turbulence.

Key Concerns Being Investigated:

  • Steps taken to avoid dangerous turbulence.
  • Adequacy of safety measures.
  • Response protocols during in-flight emergencies.

How to Participate:

If you or a family member were injured in this incident, you may be eligible for compensation. Register your interest to participate in the investigation and compensation claims.

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Were you travelling with others?
Were you injured during the flight?
Do you have income or injury insurance?

By filling out an Expression of Interest (EOI) form, affected individuals can register their intent to stay informed about the investigation’s progress and explore options for compensation due to the distress and injuries suffered. To stay up to date, please visit Carter Capner Law Aviation Injury Page.