At the moment that the technical problem was found, the flight was departing Bengaluru for Abu Dhabi. This caused a delay of more than four hours, but the flight still made a secure landing
Etihad Airways flight
An emergency landing was performed by an Etihad Airways aircraft that had taken off with 200 passengers from Bengaluru’s Kempegowda International Airport after the pilots had been forced to return due to a drop in cabin pressure.
Flight from Bengaluru to Abu Dhabi
Etihad Airways aircraft EY237 from Bengaluru’s Kempegowda International Airport to Abu Dhabi departed on April 2 at 9:07 p.m., according to sources at the airport in Bengaluru. The air traffic control (ATC) tower was notified by the pilots when they noticed a drop in cabin pressure, and they instructed the aircraft to return to the airport.
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Flight made an emergency landing after
A little before 10:00 p.m., the plane made an emergency landing after making a loop over the Nandi Hills region. Everybody on board, including passengers and all staff, was secure.
Engineers examined the flight after the emergency landing on the tarmac. The issue was resolved, and the aircraft was subsequently given the all-clear to take off.
This examination resulted in a flight delay of more than four hours, and the flight, which was originally scheduled to arrive in Abu Dhabi at 11:30 pm on Monday 2nd April 2023 instead arrived in the capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) at 4 am on April 3.
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