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Patna-Delhi flight: Initial probe finds no proof of fire in SpiceJet engine

The Boeing 737-800 aircraft (SG 723) was seen with a trail of smoke and passengers recorded a videos showing flames from the left engine shortly after it was struck by birds
Delhi-bound SpiceJet flight SG 723, carrying 185 passengers, made an emergency landing at Patna airport after a bird struck one of its engines on Sunday (ANI)
Delhi-bound SpiceJet flight SG 723, carrying 185 passengers, made an emergency landing at Patna airport after a bird struck one of its engines on Sunday (ANI)
Updated on Jun 21, 2022 08:46 AM IST
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MP-bound SpiceJet flight returns to Delhi

  • According to a statement issued by the spokesperson of the airline, the cabin pressure differential was unable to be built up as the altitude of the cabin rose from the ground.
Fire on Patna-Delhi SpiceJet flight, plane landed immediately (Representative image)(REUTERS)
Fire on Patna-Delhi SpiceJet flight, plane landed immediately (Representative image)(REUTERS)
Published on Jun 20, 2022 02:24 AM IST
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Open abattoir increases chances of bird hit near Patna airport: Experts

Airport authorities have been raising the issue of the open abattoir and meat shops near the airport with the state government for over a decade, but no action has been taken yet.
The Delhi-bound SpiceJet flight made an emergency landing after it caught fire mid-air, in Patna on Sunday. (HT Photo)
The Delhi-bound SpiceJet flight made an emergency landing after it caught fire mid-air, in Patna on Sunday. (HT Photo)
Updated on Jun 20, 2022 02:05 AM IST
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Bird hit, fire in engine force SpiceJet landing

PATNA A Delhi-bound SpiceJet aircraft carrying 191 people, including two infants, caught fire after a bird hit at around noon on Sunday, soon after take-off from Patna, but was able to make an emergency landing back at the airport without any harm to the crew and passengers, officials said
The Delhi-bound SpiceJet airplane following its emergency landing after it catches fire mid-air at Jayprakash Narayan Airport in Patna on Sunday. (HT photo)
The Delhi-bound SpiceJet airplane following its emergency landing after it catches fire mid-air at Jayprakash Narayan Airport in Patna on Sunday. (HT photo)
Updated on Jun 20, 2022 02:16 AM IST
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‘We’re proud of them': SpiceJet lauds pilots of its Patna-Delhi flight

Captain Monika Khanna and first officer Balpreet Singh Bhatia were calm throughout the incident and handled the aircraft well, said Gurcharan Arora, the airline's chief of flight operations.
Passengers deboarding from SpiceJet flight (SG 725) at Patna airport after it caught fire mid-air. (HT PHOTO.)
Passengers deboarding from SpiceJet flight (SG 725) at Patna airport after it caught fire mid-air. (HT PHOTO.)
Published on Jun 19, 2022 06:51 PM IST
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