Air India aircraft suffers 'tail fire', passengers safe


Raipur, Nov 8 (IANS): National carrier Air India's Bhubneshwar-Mumbai flight

made an emergency landing in Raipur on Friday, as the aircraft suffered a "tail fire".

According to the airline, the tail fire had not triggered "fire warning" alarming the commander.

However, the cabin crew reported the fire, forcing the pilot to make an emergency landing.

The flight was ferrying over 180 passengers, who were all deplaned once the aircraft safely landed in Raipur.

  

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