The windshield of Go First’s Delhi-Guwahati flight broke in the wind. The aircraft has been diverted to Jaipur. DGCA said that the windshield of a go-first flight between Delhi-Guwahati broke in the wind. The plane has not returned to Delhi due to bad weather. This aircraft has been diverted safely to Jaipur.
Cases of disturbances in planes are constantly coming to the fore. In such a situation, flights have to be diverted. According to the DGCA, GoAir flights from Mumbai to Leh and Srinagar to Delhi had to be diverted due to an engine failure. A day earlier, the flight had to be diverted due to a technical fault in the Go Air plane.
Go Air’s A 320 aircraft took off from Mumbai to Leh. The engine interface unit of the second engine of flight number G8-386 had a technical fault. Similarly, another GoAir plane had to be diverted due to a glitch. Another GoAir flight took off from Srinagar to Delhi. The flight from Srinagar to Delhi was sent back to Srinagar. Both the planes were landed safely.
In the last two and a half months, 16 flights have been affected due to technical glitches. Some aircraft had to make an emergency landing, while others could not take off after landing.
Just two days ago, a plane from Sharjah in UAE to Hyderabad had to make an emergency landing after diverting to Karachi, Pakistan, after a technical snag. A petition was filed in the Delhi High Court against SpiceJet regarding the incidents of aircraft failure.
The Delhi High Court refused to hear this petition. Now the government has also come into active mode regarding this. Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia had a one-to-one meeting with the heads of three airlines a day earlier.