Emergency Declared At Delhi Airport After Fedex Aircraft Suffers Bird-Hit

(MENAFN- Bangladesh Monitor)

Authorities at Delhi airport declared a full emergency on Saturday afternoon after a flight suffered a bird-hit after take-off, according to reports.

The report said that a Dubai-bound FedEx aircraft suffered a bird-hit soon after take-off, following which the Delhi airport authorities declared a full emergency. The report added the step was taken so the plane could be landed and checked.

"According to sources, the step was taken so that the aircraft could land at the Delhi airport and technicians could check the plane for any technical glitch before the clearance. The airport authorities said that the bird strike took place at a height of 1,000 feet''.



Bangladesh Monitor

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