A SpiceJet plane was compelled to make an emergency touchdown on the Bihta Airforce Station in Patna after the flight’s left wing caught fireplace. All 185 passengers are reportedly protected. Airport sources stated that the flight was a Boeing 727.

SpiceJet plané’s wing catches fireplace. (Picture for illustration)

A Delhi-bound flight caught fireplace quickly after taking off on Sunday from Patna airport the place it made an emergency touchdown after hovering for a number of minutes within the air, an official stated.

“Flames had been seen on the left wing of the plane. It landed instantly. Two blades had been bent. Individuals of Phulwari Sharif noticed the flames and alerted the airport authorities,” stated the Patna District Justice of the Peace, Chandrashekhar Singh.

He added that the explanation for the fireplace was a suspected technical glitch and that the engineering workforce was conducting additional investigations.

One of many passengers stated that from the time the flight took off from Patna at 12.30, they felt that one thing was off with the aircraft.

One other passenger stated, “The lights contained in the plane started flickering throughout the journey. We felt one thing was fallacious proper from the time the flight took off. That is completely the negligence of SpiceJet.”

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