Saturday, December 10, 2016

Three pilots of different airlines lied of fuel shortage to secure emergency landing: DGCA

This incident happened on November 30, when pilots of an IndiGo plane radioed movement controllers at Kolkata air terminal that the flight was coming up short on fuel and it ought to be permitted to arrive, bypassing the 12 flights holding up in line.

An Air India Ltd. airplane, in front of IndiGo, likewise asserted the same after listening to the discussion, while another plane worked by SpiceJet Ltd. likewise stuck to this same pattern, the examination showed.

None of the airplane risked a void tank, and every one of them had enough fly fuel to travel to an optional air terminal and attempt at least two arrivals, or to hover around Kolkata for 60 minutes, a senior authority at the Directorate General of Civil Aviation told reporters in New Delhi, requesting that he not to be identified citing rules.
09/12/16 India TV
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