Go First’s plane, which was heading to Delhi, rejected take off on Tuesday as a canine got here on the runway of Leh airport, officers of aviation regulator DGCA stated.
The DGCA officers referred to as it a “routine” incident.
On Tuesday itself, Go First’s Mumbai-Leh flight and Srinagar-Delhi flight confronted engine snags and each planes had been grounded by the Directorate Basic of Civil Aviation (DGCA).
The aviation regulator is investigating the incidents and each the planes — concerned in engine snag incidents — will fly solely when cleared by the regulator, officers stated.
Go First didn’t reply to PTI’s requests for a press release on the aforementioned incidents.
There have been a number of technical malfunction incidents in planes flown by Indian carriers within the final one month.
Over the past three days, Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has held a number of conferences with airways and officers from his ministry and the DGCA officers to make sure security oversight.