Going through monetary turbulence amid excessive gas costs, SpiceJet plane have been concerned in a sequence of incidents previously
New Delhi: A SpiceJet flight that took off for Nashik in Maharashtra from the Indira Gandhi Worldwide Airport right here on Thursday morning returned halfway to town because of an ‘autopilot’ snag, a DGCA official mentioned.
The Boeing 737 plane landed safely, he mentioned.
SpiceJet B737 plane VT-SLP, working flight SG-8363 (Delhi-Nashik) on Thursday was concerned in an air turnback because of an autopilot snag, the official mentioned.
Going through monetary turbulence amid excessive gas costs and rupee depreciation, SpiceJet plane have been concerned in a sequence of incidents previously as effectively, following which the Directorate Common of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had issued a show-cause discover to the airline.
On July 27, the aviation security regulator had additionally ordered the airline to function a most of fifty per cent of its flights for eight weeks.