Flight from India lands on Karachi’s Jinnah Worldwide Airport once more

Representational picture of a touchdown plane. — AFP/File

KARACHI: A particular aircraft from India’s Hyderabad on Monday landed on the Jinnah Worldwide Airport in Karachi.

In line with the spokesperson of the Civil Aviation Authority, it was a world constitution flight which solely flew from India to Pakistan. “Apart from that, the flight had nothing to do with India,” they stated.

The particular aircraft flew from the Rajiv Gandhi Worldwide Airport in Hyderabad and landed within the port metropolis at 12:10pm.

It took off from the airport carrying 12 passengers onboard and flew towards Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Earlier in July, a Hyderabad-bound flight from Sharjah made an emergency touchdown at Karachi Jinnah’s Worldwide Airport on July 17, as a result of a technical concern reported by the pilot after which the IndiGo plane was examined on the Karachi airport.

“IndiGo flight 6E-1406, working from Sharjah to Hyderabad was diverted to Karachi. The pilot noticed a technical defect. Needed procedures have been adopted and as a precaution, the plane was diverted to Karachi. A further flight is being despatched to Karachi to fly the passengers to Hyderabad,” the airline stated in its official assertion.

A SpiceJet’s Delhi-Dubai flight, on July 5, additionally needed to be diverted to Karachi after the pilots seen an uncommon gasoline discount in one of many gasoline tanks of the aircraft. It was discovered that an indicator mild was malfunctioning.

The 2 earlier planes had landed on the Karachi airport inside the span of two weeks. That is the third such occasion inside a month’s time.

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