Published on : Friday, December 28, 2018
A flight of American Airlines that had been carrying Christine Lagarde, managing director, International Monetary Fund was compelled to go for an emergency landing in Argentina a short while after it took off from Ezeiza airport of Buenos Aires as reported by local media outlets.
The regional newspapers as well as a local television station reported that the flight that was destined for the United States had experienced a drop in cabin pressure about 200 km, north of the Argentine capital and returned to Ezeiza to land.
Lagarde had been in Argentina over the weekend for the G20 meeting of fiancé ministers and central bank presidents.
A spokesman of IMS did not immediately respond to a request for comment by media outlets pertaining to this incident. No injuries have been reported following the incident as per the latest updates.