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Go First aircraft from Ahmedabad to Chandigarh diverted after fowl hit

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NEW DELHI: A Go First flight working from Ahmedabad to Chandigarh was diverted to Ahmedabad after an incident of fowl hit.

As per the aviation regulator, Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), engine number one of the flight G8-911 is suspected to be hit by a fowl and investigation has been initiated.

Multiple incidents of technical snags and diversion of flights have been witnessed in the previous few weeks. As per authorities information, a complete of 478 technical snags associated occurrences had been reported within the planes within the final one yr between July 1, 2021 and June 30, 2022.

“During operations, an aircraft may experience technical snags due to malfunctioning of components fitted on the aircraft which require rectification action by the airlines for continued safe, efficient and reliable air transport service. These technical snags are reported by the flight crew on receiving an aural/visual warning in the cockpit or an indication of an faulty system or while experiencing difficulty in operating the aircraft,” stated the ministry of Civil Aviation just lately in a Parliament reply.

NEW DELHI: A Go First flight working from Ahmedabad to Chandigarh was diverted to Ahmedabad after an incident of fowl hit.

As per the aviation regulator, Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), engine number one of the flight G8-911 is suspected to be hit by a fowl and investigation has been initiated.

Multiple incidents of technical snags and diversion of flights have been witnessed in the previous few weeks. As per authorities information, a complete of 478 technical snags associated occurrences had been reported within the planes within the final one yr between July 1, 2021 and June 30, 2022.

“During operations, an aircraft may experience technical snags due to malfunctioning of components fitted on the aircraft which require rectification action by the airlines for continued safe, efficient and reliable air transport service. These technical snags are reported by the flight crew on receiving an aural/visual warning in the cockpit or an indication of an faulty system or while experiencing difficulty in operating the aircraft,” stated the ministry of Civil Aviation just lately in a Parliament reply.