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In a statement, Air Asia said the flight was forced to turn around for a "technical reason".
Passenger Sophie Nicolas described the ordeal as "terrifying"."I could just tell by the cabin crew's reaction that it was really bad," she said."I was crying a lot, a lot of people were crying, trying to call their mums and stuff but we couldn't really do anything just wait and trust the captain." She praised the captain for getting them back on the ground."He delivered us home safely which is amazing, everybody burst into applause when we landed," she said.Mr Parry said the captain made an announcement shortly after, saying there appeared to have been an engine seizure.He said they were told to brace for impact on landing.In the 1940s, the American mathematician Norbert Wiener (1894–1964) invented cybernetics.According to him, the behavior of systems could be controlled by the means of suitable feedbacks.Air Asia X flight D7237 took off just before am (AWST) on Sunday, bound for Kuala Lumpur, but experienced a "technical issue" one-and-a-half hours into the trip.
The Airbus 330 landed back in Perth about am, with emergency services on site as a precaution.
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