A Bhopal-bound JetLite flight from Mumbai with 114 passengers on board made an emergency landing on Tuesday morning due to engine failure, airport officials said.
The flight returned to the city airport after being airborne for over half-an-hour, they said. The flight landed safely and it later departed for its destination after the problem was rectified.
"JetLite flight 9W1625, that had 114 passengers on board, took off at 5.47 AM but landed back at 6.20 AM due to port side engine failure," Mumbai airport spokesperson said. The flight took off for Bhopal at 10.40 AM, the spokesperson said.
Bhopal-bound JetLite flight makes emergency landing in Mumbai due to engine failure
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