An Ethiopian Airlines’ Boeing aircraft, en route from Mumbai to Kathmandu, made an emergency landing at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) this morning (Saturday, Feb. 25) due to a technical snag in the aircraft. The incident took place a little after 10 am, Delhi local time.
The aircraft ET8806, having 245 passengers and 10 crew members on board, landed safely at the Airport.
IGI sources told India Today that the Delhi ATC announced a local standby for ET 8806 around 9 am. The flight made the emergency landing precisely at 10.03 am due to technical snag.
All passengers are known to be safe.
Source: India Today
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