Maldives Authorities have decided to take legal action against Air India after its investigation of the wrong landing of an Air India flight on the unfinished runway, said a report by Avas.
On Friday, an Air India flight with 106 passengers on board landed mistakenly on an under construction runway at Male Airport, Maldives.
Maldives Civil Aviation issued an accident statement saying that the wheels of the flight were deflated after they got caught on the pieces of cloth.
The Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has suspended both the pilots of the A320 neo aircraft as the lives of crew and passengers were put in danger due to the mishap in Male.
First Published: IST