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Sri Lankan Airlines plane made to return to Singapore due to 'security reasons'

[SINGAPORE] A Sri Lankan Airlines flight that took off from Singapore's Changi Airport was made to return to Singapore "due to security reasons" soon after take-off, according to a statement from the airline on Friday (April 15).

The statement, posted on the airline's website, said flight UL309, which took off on thursday (April 14), later arrived in Sri Lankan capital Colombo past midnight on Friday after being delayed for three hours.

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