The tyre of an IndiGo flight explodes upon landing in Hubli, Karnataka, all passengers are in good health.
The plane, with seven passengers and four crew members on board, landed safely at about 8.35 p.m. on Monday. According to an IndiGo, “All passengers and crew members are safe. The aircraft is now being serviced in Hubli". On Monday night, an IndiGo flight's tyre exploded while attempting to land in Hubli, Karnataka. The aircraft, an ATR, was flying as 6E 7979 out of Kannur, Kerala.
IndiGo has confirmed the incident by saying, “IndiGo ATR operating 6E 7979 from Kannur to Hubli reported a tyre burst at Hubli upon arrival yesterday [ Monday] evening.”
The plane, with seven passengers and four crew members on board, landed safely at about 8.35 p.m. on Monday. “All passengers and crew are safe. The aircraft is currently undergoing maintenance checks at Hubli,” a statement added by IndiGo spokesperson.
Wind and rain were present at the time of landing, according to an official from the Airports Authority of India (AAI).
According to officials, “The flight was scheduled to land at 8 pm. However, the pilot attempted to land at 8.03 pm but had to perform a go-around [maneuver] before attempting to land again. It finally landed at 8.34 pm, after which the local air traffic control was informed that the pilot was suspecting a burst tyre".
The director of Hubli airport, Pramod Kumar Thakur, said, “All passengers were safely deboarded and the runway was cleared for operations at 2.20 am. This was the last flight of the day, hence the airport remained unaffected. All our operations are normal today [Tuesday].”
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