Mumbai-Kolkata 6E 395 flights made an emergency landing due to engine failure in Mumbai on March 2, no casualty.
Mumbai-Kolkata 6E 395 flights of Indigo Airlines made an emergency landing at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) in Mumbai on March 2. This mishap took place due to engine failure. This flight was going to Kolkata from the Mumbai Airport at around 6.18 pm. This flight was carrying 177 passengers on board. Pilots reported high vibration and alert warnings after this incident. No casualties were reported in this mishap. Officials reached on the airport to manage the situation.
This incident took place when oil chip detected in engine one of its Pratt & Whitney (P&W) engines developed trouble. High vibration was detected on Engine 1 and engine stall messages were also detected. According to sources the airplane had the defective 4500 series engine which was red flagged by the European regulator EASA, which had grounded aircraft with both 4500 series engines and banned long-haul flights by aircraft with one of these engines. All passengers were safely de boarded from the flight. Flight was delay of 1 hour 50 minutes. They all were returned to land safely at 6.58 pm. Passengers were accommodated in a spare aircraft at 7.45 pm.
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