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Indian?s Mumbai flight develops snag

PASSENGER?S TRAVELING by Indian?s (formerly Indian Airlines) Mumbai-Indore-Bhopal-Mumbai flight CD-7133 had a harrowing time today when the flight could not take off as it developed a technical snag soon after landing here.

india Updated: Dec 10, 2005 14:00 IST

PASSENGER’S TRAVELING by Indian’s (formerly Indian Airlines) Mumbai-Indore-Bhopal-Mumbai flight CD-7133 had a harrowing time today when the flight could not take off as it developed a technical snag soon after landing here.

According to the Airline spokesman Vivek Kate, the flight developed some technical snag when it reached Indore this morning around 7 am. The flight could not take off for Mumbai via Bhopal due to the technical fault. All the Mumbai passengers were provided accommodation in City hotels, as there was no hope of rectifying the fault immediately.

Kate said there were 26 Mumbai bound passengers in the flight. The passengers left for Mumbai by an Indian Airbus 8134 that left Indore at 5 pm. According to airport sources, the passengers made a hue and cry in the airport as several of them were going to Mumbai for some urgent business and other works.

They were pacified by the airline officials and were provided accommodation in the city hotels.

First Published: Dec 10, 2005 14:00 IST