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Nation Current Affairs 22 Sep 2019 2 Air India plane hi ...

2 Air India plane hit by thunderstorm suffer damages, cabin crew injured

ANI
Published Sep 22, 2019, 8:52 am IST
Updated Sep 22, 2019, 9:32 am IST
The pilot, as well as the crew members on board, did not report the incident to the airline's flight safety department.
The plane for flight number AI-467, operating between New Delhi to Vijayawada, was an Airbus 320. (Photo: ANI)
 The plane for flight number AI-467, operating between New Delhi to Vijayawada, was an Airbus 320. (Photo: ANI)

New Delhi: Air India has launched an investigation against crew members of flight number AI-467, following an incident in which the plane suffered damages after encountering severe thunderstorm.

The plane for flight number AI-467, operating between New Delhi to Vijayawada, was an Airbus 320.

 

The incident occurred on September 17, but the pilot, as well as the crew members on board, did not report the incident to the airline's flight safety department as per the norm, following which an investigation was launched, according to Air India officials.

No passengers or crew members were injured in the incident.

Another similar incident was reported on the aircraft Airbus-321 when the flight number AI-048 was plying from New Delhi to Cochin.

The flight encountered bad weather and faced severe thunderstorms, but the pilot immediately reported the incident to the flight safety department. Some crew members of the flight sustained minor injuries in the incident.

After landing at the Cochin airport, the aircraft was grounded for four hours following which it was released for resuming operations.

"In both cases, an investigation is underway. After thorough checking by flight safety department the aircraft was approved for operation," an Air India spokesperson told ANI.

In both incidents, no injuries to passengers was reported.

 

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