Indian aircraft departs for New Delhi after Pakistani engineers repair its fault

KARACHI: The Indian passenger aircraft, which made an emergency touchdown at Karachi’s Jinnah Worldwide Airport (JIAP) a day earlier after growing a technical fault in the course of the journey, lastly departed for New Delhi within the wee hours of Wednesday after Pakistani engineers fastened its fault.

Sources throughout the Civil Aviation Authorities (CAA) stated that the Boeing 737 Max-8 of SpiceJet, flight no SG-9922 flew to New Delhi Wednesday morning after the engineers of Pakistan Worldwide Airways fastened the fault.

They stated that the flight took off at 3:24am and landed safely in New Delhi at 5:35am. Based on the sources, this aircraft is three years outdated and it took its first flight in December, 2018.

The CAA spokesperson stated that the passengers of the stranded aircraft had been allowed to remain at a lounge in Karachi airport after the emergency touchdown. Later, they have been boarded on to a different aircraft and flew to Dubai after a 12-hour keep.

Nonetheless, the unfit plane stayed in Karachi for repairs for 18 hours.

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