IndiGo flight forced to make emergency landing as engine catches fire
Updated : September 30, 2019 12:30 PM IST
A Goa-Delhi IndiGo airline flight, which was also ferrying state environment minister Nilesh Cabral, had to make a turnaround and land at the Dabolim International Airport early on Monday, after its left engine caught fire.
Speaking to IANS Cabral said, that the engine caught fire fifteen minutes after the plane was airborne at around 1 am.
There were around 180 passengers in the plane at the time the incident occurred, Cabral added.
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