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Vizag IndiGo Plane Hits Wild Boar During Takeoff , Airline issues statement

14 November 2017, 07:50 | Winifred Adams

Screengrab of scuffle between a Indigo passenger and employees on October 15

Screengrab of scuffle between a Indigo passenger and employees on October 15

In a statement, IndiGo said it has filed a "writ petition (along with an interim application for injunction/stay) in the Delhi High Court, challenging DIALs decision to shift a part of our operations from T1 to T2 of Indira Gandhi International Airport Delhi".

"Adhering to the standard operating procedures (SOPs), the captain immediately reported the matter to indigo-flight-hits-wild-boar-vizag (ATC) of Vizag and made a decision to hold over at Vishakhapatnam", a statement by Indigo said. In what can be termed a miraculous escape, the disaster was averted after a wild boar hit the flight mid-takeoff.

But the pilot could not land the flight immediately, as the rear wheel was damaged in the run-in and failed to retract. The troubled not yet stopped pilot flew the plane for 45 minutes to burn fuel. In the panic that followed, the pilot informed the Air Traffic Controller and took to the air nevertheless to avoid a fire since the tank was full. Once the plane landed, it was thoroughly inspected and cleaned before it finally took off again. The flight had to return to the airport to be checked for damage, an was delayed by almost three hours. It reached Hyderabad at 2:15 am.

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A wild boar hist a Hyderabad-bound IndiGo aircraft that was carrying almost 100 passengers and crew during take off at 10.30 pm on Sunday.

"Adhering to the standard operating procedures (SOPs), the captain immediately reported the matter to Air Traffic Control (ATC) and chose to hold over at Vishakhapatnam", a statement by Indigo said.

Vizag airport director, G Prakash Reddy, mentioned to TOI that they raised the issue with INS Dega, which controls the airport and asked them to undertake measures to clear wild animals from the airport. He also added that as many as six wild boars are known to be roaming at the vicinity of the airport.



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