Mumbai, Mar 8: A flight of United Parcel Services (UPS) Airlines made an emergency landing in Mumbai on Thursday afternoon after a hydraulic failure. The flight, UPS-015, had departed from Bangkok. There are no reports of any casualties. Also Read - Criticising State Govt Now Criminal? Twitter Calls Mumbai Police's Gag Order 'Unacceptable'
A full emergency was declared in the Boeing 747 cargo aircraft of UPS Airlines after suffering deflated tyres and a hydraulic system failure. The flight landed at around 12:15 pm in Mumbai after the emergency was withdrawn. Also Read - Air Asia Arranges First Flight to Ferry 177 Migrants From Mumbai to Jharkhand
The aircraft was reported to have blocked the main runway for a short period as the plane was towed away by the engineering teams. It is now on runway number 27 due to deflated tyre. Also Read - Uttar Pradesh News: Two Migrants Found Dead on Mumbai-Varanasi Shramik Train