A Delhi-bound IndiGo flight from the air terminal here needed to return not long after take-off when smoke was seen radiating from one of its motors.
Flight 6E 616, with 174 travelers on load up, took off from the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport at 2.38pm however came back to the straight at 2.57pm after the Air Traffic Control saw smoke surging from its left motor, a security official said. “Full crisis was announced promptly and the flight landed securely,” the authority included.
All travelers were sheltered and the occurrence was accounted for to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation, IndiGo said. The carrier included that the travelers were obliged in an alternate air ship, which left about two hours after the occurrence, at 4.56pm. “The flight experienced high motor vibration in motor 2 promptly after take-off from Kolkata. The Captain-in-Command quickly alarmed the base and took the choice to come back to sound. Every single essential Sop were completed.”