Emergency landing of SpiceJet's aircraft: plane was going from Mumbai to Gujarat; Returned due to technical fault

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Emergency landing of SpiceJet's aircraft: plane was going from Mumbai to Gujarat; Returned due to technical fault
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A SpiceJet aircraft going from Mumbai to Kandla was returned to a cion landing in Mumbai. All passengers and crew are safe. This is the 9th case of landing back due to technical fault after flight in SpiceJet's aircraft in the last 40 days. The DGCA official said that its investigation was started. The day earlier, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had banned 50% of the flights of SpiceJet for two months. During this, DGCA will specially monitored SpiceJet flights. SpiceJet had said that the order of DGCA would not affect the flight operations, as the number of flights has already been reduced due to the off season. Airlines have deployed qualified engineering personnel at all their stations. In the last 45 days, he was asked to do so after the technical flaws in the aircraft increased. DGCA said on July 18 that the disqualified engineering personnel of the airlines were certifying the aircraft before leaving. Companies were asked to deploy qualified AME personnel by July 28. SpiceJatnifying airline SpiceJet has been in loss for the last three years for the last three years. This company has lost 316 crores in 2018-19, 934 crore in 2019-20 and Rs 998 crore in 2020-21. The Minister of State for Nagrication Aviation in the Rajya Sabha also replied in the Rajya Sabha and said that DGCA Had done spot checking of SpiceJet aircraft. Minister of State for Civil Aviation VK Singh said that DGCA checked 53 spots on 48 SpiceJet aircraft between July 9 and July 13 and no major safety violation was found in it. Copyright © 2022-23 DB Corp Ltd., All Rights ReservedThis Website Follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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