Bird strikes force two planes to return, cabin glitch hits third
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Bird strikes force two planes to return, cabin glitch hits third

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June 20, 2022

In separate incidents, two SpiceJet aircraft returned to their airports of origin shortly after take-off on Sunday with one suffering a bird hit in Patna and the other from Delhi facing a technical glitch that led to a “cabin pressurisation issue”.


New Delhi, 20 June 2022

As per news report of The Indian Express, in a third incident, an IndiGo aircraft turned back to Guwahati a few minutes after takeoff due to a bird hit. All the three incidents will be probed by the aviation safety regulator DGCA. On Sunday afternoon, a Delhi-bound Boeing 737-800 operated by the Gurugram-based low-cost airline made an emergency landing in Patna, minutes after take-off from there, after one of its engines suffered a bird hit. The aircraft was carrying 185 passengers and six crew members.

Source -The Indian Express

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