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Bird collided with Akasa Air plane coming from Ahmedabad to Delhi, had to make emergency landing

New Delhi. Akasa Air flight QP 1333, which was flying from Ahmedabad to Delhi on Thursday i.e. today, was hit by a bird. After this incident, the airplane had to make an emergency landing. All passengers were deboarded and all are safe. Giving information, an Akasa Air spokesperson has said that after this incident, the aircraft has been brought for investigation.

According to the report of news agency ANI, Akasa Air spokesperson said that subsequent flights have been affected by this incident and our customer service team is assisting the passengers and arrangements are being made to accommodate their travel.

Compared to last year, the cases of birds colliding with airplanes have increased significantly this year. This is mainly due to increased air traffic, but inadequate infrastructure and poor waste management also play an important role in many cities. According to data from India’s aviation regulator, DGCA, there has been a 49.3 percent increase in the number of birds colliding with planes in India from January to July this year as compared to last year.

Tags: Ahmedabad, Airlines, Delhi, emergency landing, Flight Passenger

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