On Saturday, AirAsia India’s two A320 planes, which were flying from Delhi to Srinagar, returned to the national capital after experiencing technical difficulties mid-flight.
According to a passenger on the flight, the Delhi-Srinagar flight I5-712, which was flown on an A320 aircraft with the registration number VT-APJ, took off from the Delhi airport at roughly 11.55 a.m.
According to the passenger, the VT-APJ aircraft arrived at Delhi airport safely at around 1.45 p.m. with all passengers on board.
According to the passenger, the airline arranged for another A320 aircraft with the registration number VT-RED to execute the I5-712 flight so that the stranded passengers could be transported to Srinagar.
The pilot informed that this aircraft (VT-RED) had suffered a technical glitch and would have to return to the Delhi airport shortly after the second plane took off, according to the passenger.
At roughly 5.30 p.m., the VT-RED aircraft safely returned to Delhi airport with its passengers.
According to the traveller, the airline then told the passengers that they could either cancel their ticket and receive a refund or book another flight within the next 30 days.
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