New Delhi: An Air India international flight caught fire in Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) during the repair work of the air conditioner. The incident was reported on Wednesday night at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) in the national capital. Also Read - Amid Rising Air Pollution, Delhi's Ghazipur Landfill Catches Fire

Notably, at the time of incident, the New Delhi to San Francisco Boeing 777 was empty. Meanwhile, the airline has termed the incident as a minor one. The fire was immediately doused, reported news agency ANI. Also Read - Air India Cabin Crew Member Held for Smuggling Gold Worth Rs 45 Lakh at Delhi Airport: Customs

No loss of life or injury was reported in the incident.