On Saturday morning, a smoke inside the aircraft while it was at a height of 5,000 feet.
At the airport in Delhi, all passengers have safely disembarked the aircraft, according to a SpiceJet representative.
In a video that the news agency ANI published, passengers can be seen fanning themselves with newspapers and airline manuals as the smoke fills the cabin.
Due to recent occurrences that raised concerns about passenger safety, SpiceJet has come under fire. On June 19, a Spicejet flight headed for Delhi was forced to return to Patna airport after being struck by a bird and catching fire.
A social media user who was a passenger on the flight, Saurabh Chhabra, described what transpired on board. “This incidence was present this morning. It appears that SpiceJet is unsafe. As soon as the passengers began to fear, they returned to Delhi. The burning plane. Thankfully, we are safe, although we have been waiting for a while. They have no backup, “He wrote and included aerial photographs.
Due to a mechanical issue, a SpiceJet flight between Patna and Guwahati had to abort takeoff on June 25. At one of the back of the aircraft’s doors, an automatic warning light turned on.
On May 4, a glitch that emerged mid-flight forced a SpiceJet flight between Chennai and Durgapur to return to Chennai.
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