Air India Newark (US)-Delhi flight (AI106) with approximately 300 passengers had a technical difficulty and was forced to make an emergency landing in Stockholm, Sweden. All passenger are safe. Several fire engines were stationed at the airport when the airliner made an emergency landing.
According to a senior Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) official, an oil leak in one of the flight’s engines was noticed. The jet successfully landed in Stockholm after the engine was turned down due to the oil spill.
During the ground inspection, oil was seen flowing from engine two’s drain mast, according to the official, who added that the check was still ongoing. According to an airline representative, the flight from Newark, New Jersey, was diverted to Stockholm due to a technical issue.
On February 20, an Air India flight (AI-102) from New York to Delhi was diverted to London due to an onboard medical emergency.
“The Air India AI-102 flight from John F. Kennedy International Airport to Delhi has been redirected to London owing to a medical issue.”an official stated
Air India customers and airline staff engaged in a violent altercation on February 21 late at night at the Delhi airport after the flight was delayed by more than four hours.
According to a passengers on the Delhi-Mumbai route, flight AI-805’s intended departure time of 8 PM was postponed several times, first to 10:40 PM, then to 11:35 PM, then to 12:30 AM, and lastly to 1:48 AM from Delhi’s Terminal 3 airport.
The manager informed that the personnel continued fabricating excuses for being late for the trip and that they were actually “fooling” the guests. A different worker asserted that the reason was the pilot’s unanticipated illness, who was supposed to fly.
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