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Fire crews called to emergency at Christchurch Airport

Fire crews are on standby for an emergency at Christchurch Airport.

A Fire and Emergency NZ spokesperson said they did not know what the emergency was yet.

Flight ANZ771M has been circling the airport.

Fire crews called to emergency at Christchurch Airport

Flight ANZ771M from Napier has been circling the airport. Photo / Flightradar24

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