Most of the original 282 passengers took other flights to Beijing on Monday and Tuesday. The remaining 70 passengers waited for the continuation of the original flight, which finally took off about 11 p.m. Tuesday night.
Sunday, passengers waited onboard the jet for four hours as crews tried to repair the landing gear. Eventually they were allowed to leave the jet and crews reportedly worked overnight on repairs.
On Monday, passengers returned, but the same problems occurred as the plane attempted to take off.
Passengers were told to disembark for a second time. That sparked a sit-in at the ticket counter, which prompted airport police to arrive. No one was arrested.