New Delhi: After taking off from Bangalore to Male in Maldives, a Go First Airlines flight has suddenly made an emergency landing in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. It is being told that a sudden warning alarm sounded in the plane carrying 92 passengers, after which the plane had to make an emergency landing.
Alarm goes off after engine warms up
In the initial investigation, engineers have termed it as a fault alarm which went off after the engine got hot. Engineers have found the plane to be fine to fly again. It is being told that an hour after taking off from Bengaluru, the alarm sounded after which the pilots had to ask permission for an emergency landing at Coimbatore airport, after which the flight landed safely at the airport at 12.57 pm.
Last week also the Go First plane had an emergency landing
“The alarm went off after two engines reportedly overheated and the plane landed safely,” an airport official said. The official said that after following certain procedures, the flight will leave for Male. Let us tell you that last week a Go First plane collided with a bird within minutes of take-off on Thursday afternoon, after which the flight was landed in Ahmedabad.
Three emergency landings in the country in the last 48 hours
Let us inform that in the last 48 hours in the country, three flights have made emergency landing in Calicut, Chennai and Kolkata. Following this information, Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia held a high-level meeting with senior officials of the Ministry of Civil Aviation and the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on air security.
During the meeting, Scindia instructed the officials that the safety of the passengers should not be compromised. The Union Minister said that the safety of passengers is the topmost priority. He has issued directions to the ministry to strictly follow the safety issues and maintain the highest safety standards as per the international norms.