Sydney: A Qantas flight with around 100 onboard from New Zealand landed safely at the Sydney Airport after it issued a mayday call over the pacific ocean on Wednesday.
Ambulances were asked to remain ready in 'emergency response' at the airport after the flight issued a mayday call.
Qantas Flight 144 was due to land at 3:30 p.m. (430 GMT) at Sydney Airport. Multiple outlets reported it had an engine failure. Boeing 737 jets have two engines.
A mayday call is issued when a flight is in grave and imminent danger and needs immediate assistance, according to Airservices Australia.