Full Emergency Declared At Delhi Airport As Plane Suffers Bird Hit
First Published: 1st April, 2023 16:46 IST
Airport officials stated that the FedEx aircraft was hit minutes after it took-off
A full emergency was declared at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi on Saturday after a Dubai-bound FedEx aircraft suffered a bird hit soon after take-off, according to airport officials.
Airport officials stated that the FedEx aircraft was hit minutes after it took-off.
FedEx is a courier/cargo aircraft. More details awaited.
(This copy was first published by NDTV)
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