Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia just lately chaired a high-level assembly with senior officers of the Ministry of Civil Aviation and Directorate Basic of Civil Aviation (DGCA) over air security after three emergency landings at airports within the nation within the final 48 hours.
Scindia directed the officers within the assembly that, “there ought to be no compromise with the passengers’ security.” Additional he mentioned, “security is the highest most paramount precedence and directive has been issued by the Ministry to stick to strictness concerning the questions of safety and keep highest security requirements as per worldwide norms.”
Earlier on Sunday, three plane of worldwide carriers made emergency landings at varied airports within the nation within the final 48 hours, making it a day of technical emergencies for varied airways.
A senior official within the Directorate Basic of Civil Aviation (DGCA) knowledgeable that these landings have been made in Calicut, Chennai and Kolkata on Friday and Saturday. All emergency landings occurred due to varied technical points.
The Air Arabia plane whereas working flight G9-426 from Sharjah to Cochin was concerned in a Hydraulic failure. The plane landed safely on the runway. The plane has been towed to the bay. In one other incident, on July 16, an plane of Ethiopian Airways from Addis Ababa to Bangkok made an emergency touchdown at Kolkata airport resulting from a pressurisation challenge.
In a 3rd comparable incident, on July 15, an plane of Srilankan Airways made an emergency touchdown at Chennai airport resulting from a Hydraulic challenge.