On Tuesday, a Dubai-bound FedEx aircraft was forced to make an emergency landing at Delhi airport after it was hit by a bird.
The incident occurred at around 8:30 am when the aircraft was taking off from the Delhi airport. The aircraft was carrying cargo and was headed to Dubai.
According to reports, the aircraft was hit by a bird while it was taking off. The bird strike caused damage to the aircraft’s engine and the pilot had to make an emergency landing.
The aircraft was immediately diverted to the Delhi airport and the pilot managed to make a safe landing. All the passengers and crew members on board the aircraft were safe.
The incident caused a disruption in the flight operations at the Delhi airport. Several flights were delayed due to the emergency landing.
The incident has been reported to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and an investigation is underway.
The incident has highlighted the need for better bird control measures at the Delhi airport. The airport authorities have been urged to take necessary steps to ensure that such incidents do not occur in the future.
The incident has also raised concerns about the safety of aircrafts in India. The DGCA has been asked to take necessary steps to ensure that all aircrafts are safe and secure.
This is not the first time that a bird strike has caused disruption at the Delhi airport. In the past, several aircrafts have been forced to make emergency landings due to bird strikes.
The incident has once again highlighted the need for better bird control measures at the Delhi airport. The airport authorities must take necessary steps to ensure that such incidents do not occur in the future.