Bengaluru: A Mangaluru-bound Jet Airways flight with 65 passengers and 4 organisation members on board returned to a Bengaluru airfield shortly after depart as smoke was rescued in a cabin on Wednesday.
A full puncture was announced during a airfield for priority landing of a moody 9W 2839 following that a runway was closed for operations during 10.20 AM and a aircraft landed safely, a Bangalore International Airport Ltd (BIAL) said.
Standard puncture procedures were followed and all 65 passengers and 4 organisation members on house were deplaned and are safe, it said.
Three attainment flights were hold on atmosphere and 5 departure flights on ground.
Runways resumed operations during 10.51 AM, a BIAL said.
“In line with a airport’s joining towards passenger safety and prompt and timely movement from a Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting group ensured that all passengers on house the aircraft were evacuated safely”, it said.
Jet Airways, in a apart statement, pronounced a flight returned to Bengaluru airfield shortly after a depart due to smoke showing in a cabin.
Precautionary depletion of guest and organisation was carried out immediately on landing, it said.
“All 65 guest and 4 organisation are safe,” a statement added.