Bengaluru, June 15 : A Mangaluru-bound Jet Airways flight with 65 passengers and four crew members on board today returned to the airport here shortly after departure as smoke was deducted in the cabin. ? ?A full emergency was declared at the airport for priority landing of the flight 9W 2839 following which the runway was closed for operations at 10.20 AM and the aircraft landed safely, the Bangalore International Airport Ltd (BIAL) said. Also Read:  Jet Airways Bengaluru flight 9W 2839 catches fire, makes emergency landing, all passengers safeAlso Read - Centre Restores Scheduled Domestic Flight Operations Without Restrictions From October 18

Standard emergency procedures were followed and all 65 passengers and four crew members onboard were deplaned and are safe, it said. Three arrival flights were held on air and five departure flights on ground. Runways resumed operations at 10.51 AM, the BIAL said. “In line with the airport’s commitment towards passenger safety and prompt and timely action from the Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting team ensured that all passengers onboard the aircraft were evacuated safely”, it said. Also Read - Breaking News: Chandigarh Relaxes Night Curfew Timing From 11 PM to 5 AM

Jet Airways, in a separate statement, said the flight returned to Bengaluru airport soon after departure due to? smoke detection in the cabin. Precautionary evacuation of guests and crew was carried out immediately on landing, it said. ?”All 65 guests and 4 crew are safe,” the statement added. Also Read - Jet Airways May Fly Again in 6 Months With NCLT's Nod to Resolution Plan | All You Need to Know