New Delhi, May 21: An Air India flight made an emergency landing at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport due to snag in the hydraulic on Monday night, a news agency ANI reported. Reports say that the flight was traveling to Mumbai from Goa.
The agency further reported that a full emergency was declared at around 8:30 pm and the main runway was also shut-down for around 20 minutes after the flight was landed. It was a close shave for all the passengers who were on board the Air India flight.
The aircraft landed safely at 2118 hrs and the runway was handed over for operations at 2140 hours. Everyone is safe, no injuries reported. Aircraft is parked safely, said Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport spokesperson.
However, more details are awaited in the matter. According to reports, Mumbai Airport is the second busiest in the country, handling over 980 aircraft a day.