In this spectacular new footage, a Delta jet in Seattle catches fire.

In this spectacular The moment a Delta aircraft’s front caught fire during its landing at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport last week is recorded in a new video.

According to KOMO News, the Airbus A321neo had just landed on Monday from Cancun, Mexico, when the 189 passengers were told to leave on emergency slides because there was a fire in the nose part of the aircraft.

In this spectacular new footage, a Delta jet in Seattle catches fire.

In this spectacular Passenger Ashwin Menon told the station, “I think people responded to that with panic, there was a little bit of jostling in the aisles to get to the exit.” “But overall it was a pretty smooth evacuation process.”

According to officials, sparks from an electrical cord the aircraft plugged in after landing started the fire, KOMO News says.

A plane that experienced a mechanical failure touches down on the runway without landing gear in the video.

In this spectacular Black smoke can be seen billowing into the air and a fire rapidly arising at the front of the aircraft in surveillance footage that was shot at the scene.

After that, the plane’s doors open, revealing a throng of passengers who, in some cases, are going onto its wings to descend to a tarmac stairway.

Later on, first responders can be seen assembling in front of the aircraft.

In this spectacular new footage, a Delta jet in Seattle catches fire.

In this spectacular A Delta representative provided a statement to FOX Business, saying, “The crew of Flight 604 from Cancun to Seattle noticed smoke in the aircraft nose area during deplaning on the evening of May 6 after plugging into ground electrical power.” “Out of an abundance of caution, slides were deployed and passengers still on board deplaned via the rear of the aircraft.”

In this spectacular “Passengers were fully evacuated, and those deplaned to the ramp returned to the terminal via the ramp stairs,” said a representative. “Every traveler descended to the International Arrivals Facility’s customs for standard processing. The aircraft is no longer in use in order to undergo maintenance and inspection.”

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