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Monday, April 30, 2012 7:36:58 PM (IST)  

Two Air India Flights Make Emergency Landings at Kozhikode, Chennai

Two Air India Flights Make Emergency Landings at K'kode, Chennai

Kozhikode/Chennai, Apr 30 (PTI): Two Air India flights with 254 passengers on board made emergency landings at Kozhikode and Chennai airports respectively after suffering a bird hit and oil leakage, airport sources said.

The Dubai-bound AI 937 flight with 148 passengers and six crew landed at Karipur International Airport near Kozhikode soon after take off following a bird hit, while the Kochi bound flight from Chennai with 106 passengers and five crew returned to that city after its pilot detected oil leakage, they said.

Soon after take off from Kozhikode at 10 AM,a bird hit the right engine of the Airbus A-321 aircraft, bending its blades under the impact.

The flight, with a full fuel load, dumped fuel into the sea and returned within 40 minutes. All passengers and crew were accommodated in nearby hotels, the sources said.

The Kochi bound flight made an emergency landing in Chennai about one hour after its pilot detected oil leakage.

Soon after take off at 10.20 AM, the pilot reported an oil leakage, following which security personnel were alerted for an emergency landing.

After taking precautionary measures, the flight landed safely at 11.10 AM, the sources said.

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Comments on this article
Rakesh, Mangalore
Tuesday, May 01, 2012

This airline should called “Where Air India”

ziyan, Udupi
Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Is that government of india playing with peoples life? public should fight to close this flight forever.

Evans Christopher Sumitra, Mumbai/Udupi/New York,USA
Tuesday, May 01, 2012

This is not something new to our national air carrier AIR INDIA. Our government should ban this airlines as soon as possible. Now they are allotted some money to run the airlines they will still show losses with the corrupt management.

FRANCIS, MANGALORE/KUWAIT
Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Air India Express web site out of order since 1 month. You cannot change the flight date online.I visited Mangalore and Kuwait Airindia office without any help. God only can help our National Carrier. Daijiworld can you take up this matter with Air india officials. Thousands of travellers suffering due to this.

VAN, BAHRAIN
Monday, April 30, 2012

Now a days it is not advisable to travel in Air India flights. Especially Gulf sector one. First of all flights are not on time. ... Once i had a experience of emergecy landing while on my way back to Manglaore. Arrogant nature of crew members really frustating passangers. .....But when we travel in quality flights like JetAiways via mumbai our journey becomes memorable one by the hospitality of Crew members.
VAN
BAHRAIN

Veera, Mangalore
Monday, April 30, 2012

Please do not take risk on life. Board the quality flights. Even if you pay more, that will pay off. Do not take risk on life. There are several quality flight but bit expensive... instead of sevearl vacations reduce the number or travel off season. I know it is hard but Air India does not do any good to any one. Jai Ho National Carrier...

Rakesh shetty, mangalore
Monday, April 30, 2012

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT SHOULD BAN THIS WORST FLIGHTS.

ALWAYS IT IS HAVING PROBLEM AND PLAYING WITH POOR PEOPLES LIVES.

THIS IS SHAME ON CENTRAL GOVERNMENT. THEY SHOULD TAKE NECESSARY ACTION AGAINST THIS FLIGHT AUTHORITY.

 
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