Jaipur-bound Alliance aircraft, with over 59 people on board, safely at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi on August 19 following a nose landing gear problem due to which the aircraft caught fire.
However, the fire was doused off within a short period of time. Luckily no casualties were reported in this mishap. As soon as the aircraft landed all the passengers present inside the flight were evacuated safely.
According to the sources, at around 8.20 pm a full emergency was declared for the aircraft Alliance Air -9643, Delhi to Jaipur at the Indira Gandhi International Airport as the flight returned and landed safely.
Fire tenders along with ambulance and a team of doctors were present at the spot.
After the evacuation took place, sources further revealed that the plane caught fire at the time of landing in Delhi.
Later on, arrangements were made for the passengers where they travelled to Jaipur by another flight.
Due to this incident, the passengers faced many issues as they were unable to reach their destination on time. Inconvenience was faced by the passengers as they had to wait until other arrangements were made.
There were around 59 passengers on board and there are no reports of any casualties in the incident.
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