Air India Flight Emergency Landing: Air India flight has made an emergency landing. This flight was going from Delhi to Paris. According to DGCA sources, Air India flight AI 143 (Delhi-Paris) was called back.
At present, the flight has made a safe landing at the Delhi airport. A total of 231 passengers were present in the aircraft.
Air India's AI 143 flight took off from Indira Gandhi International Airport at 1:28 pm and was in the air for 35 minutes when full emergency was declared.
It returned safely to Delhi at 2:25 pm. There have been no reports of injuries to any passengers or crew members.
It is being told that there was a flap issue in the plane. Because of this, the emergency landing of the flight was done immediately.
Let us tell you that flap is an important part of any aircraft. Through this, the landing airspeed is controlled.
This is not the first time that an emergency landing of an aircraft has happened like this. Only the place is different, and the airline may be different, but this type of emergency landing has been seen many times.
A few days ago, there was a technical fault in the A320 aircraft of Air India going from Hyderabad to Dubai. Then the emergency landing of that plane AI-951 was done at Mumbai airport.
Due to a fault in the hydraulic system, the aircraft was diverted in a hurry. During this time there were 143 passengers on the plane.
On the other hand, on November 18, an IndiGo flight was grounded at Kolkata airport due to a technical glitch.
According to the information, the IndiGo flight carrying 156 passengers took off from Kolkata airport to Mumbai at 10:05 am. A technical fault was detected in the flight as soon as it took off.