Malaysia Airlines plane makes Melbourne emergency landing
A Malaysia Airlines passenger plane has made an emergency landing in Melbourne, Australia after reporting a possible engine fire.
Flight MH148 had just taken off from Melbourne for the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur when the problem occurred.
Plane tracking sites showed the Airbus 330 circling Melbourne airport several times before turning back.
Fire engines were on site but airport officials said it landed safely at 15:00 local time (05:00 GMT).
All 300 passengers disembarked safely at Melbourne's Tullamarine airport, Malaysia airlines said in a statement.
A preliminary inspection of the plane, which has been grounded, showed "no physical evidence of fire externally", the airline said.
"Safety is our utmost priority," it added.