Qantas plane travelling from Adelaide to Perth turns back mid-flight due to paperwork issue

Qantas flight is turned back mid-flight because of a PAPERWORK issue in latest ridiculous incident to strike the airline after spate of mechanical issues

  • Qantas flight forced to turn back mid-flight sue to paperwork issue
  • Flight to Perth reached WA border when it headed back to Adelaide
  • Do you know more? Email 

Another Qantas plane packed with frustrated passengers has been turned around mid-flight due to the wrong paperwork, sparking more travel chaos.

Flight QF887 from Adelaide to Perth was 45 minutes into its journey and nearing the WA border on Monday when the aircraft was suddenly forced turn around.

The plane returned to the South Australian capital after it was identified the correct paperwork had not been finalised.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Qantas for more details. 

The latest drama comes after mechanical issues forced several other Qantas flights to turn back in the past week.

Another flight from Auckland with 145 passengers on board issued a mid-flight mayday call following an engine shutdown last Wednesday before it safely landed in Sydney.

More to come.