Delhi: A major accident was averted at Delhi airport today. Actually, a car came down under IndiGo’s plane ready for take off. An inquiry has been ordered into this entire matter. Passengers were also sitting in the flight. It is worth noting that in the last few years, many aircraft have made emergency landings due to technical glitches. The DGCA has also taken strict action on the malfunctioning of the aircraft. The car that came under the Indigo plane belonged to the Go First company. Go First Company sources said that there was no damage to the IndiGo aircraft after the car came under the plane. The driver had stopped the car just below the wheels of the Indigo.
According to reports, the car had come under Indigo’s plane. Indigo plane 6E2002 was ready to take off for Patna. Then one car came under the wheel of the plane. There was chaos after this incident. However, later the flight left for Patna on time.
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An investigation is being done about how the car reached there. After this the driver’s alcohol test was done. His test has come negative. Officials are questioning the driver as to why he went there with the vehicle. It is clearly visible in the video that the ground staff of IndiGo are shocked to see the car under the plane. People in the video are saying that the plane could have been damaged. Was the driver sleeping? This car was the go first car. Go First sources said fortunately the car didn’t even touch the plane. No one has been injured in this incident. There was no damage to the Indigo aircraft.
According to sources, no vehicle is allowed to be taken till where the aircraft was parked. Passengers were also sitting in the plane. Under what circumstances this driver took the car there, it is being investigated. Security personnel are questioning the driver.
DGCA’s big action on aircraft failure
DGCA, the regulator of the aviation sector, took strict action against SpiceJet. For the next eight weeks, 50 percent of its flights have been banned. Recently, there were several cases of technical glitches in SpiceJet planes. The DGCA had on July 6 issued a show-cause notice to the airline after at least eight cases of technical snags were reported in SpiceJet planes during the period of 18 days from June 19. The notice said that poor internal security inspections and inadequate maintenance action have led to a fall in the safety standards.