New Delhi, June 19: Low-cost carrier IndiGo received a call warning of a bomb on a Jaipur-Mumbai flight that was already in the air. The authorities, however, termed it hoax after carrying out a probe, and the flight operations resumed after clearance, according to a media report. Also Read - Elderly Woman on board Amritsar-Kolkata Flight Suffers Heart Attack Mid-air, Dies

Earlier, the call centre received the call at around 5.30 am on Sunday morning, in which an unidentified person said that there was a bomb in flight 6E 218, which runs between Jaipur and Mumbai. Also Read - Surat-Kolkata IndiGo Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Bhopal

The flight was already on its way when the bomb threat call was received. Also Read - IndiGo Says its Servers Got Hacked, Internal Documents Can Get Uploaded on Public Platforms

“We immediately reported the matter to Bomb Threat Assessment Committee (BTAC) and followed all security protocols. The concerned authorities carried out the investigation and declared the call as specific bomb threat. Following clearance, operations will be resumed as normal,” the airline said in a statement.