An IndiGo plane declared emergency at the Delhi airport on Friday after one of its engines caught fire at the time of taxiing, according to a source.
The Bengaluru-bound A320 aircraft, which had more than 180 people on board, returned to the bay at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport in New Delhi, the source said.
A video on Twitter showed one of the plane’s engines on fire and sparks flying at the time of taxiing at the airport.
IndiGo flight 6E-2131 (Delhi to Bangalore) grounded at Delhi airport after a suspected spark in the aircraft. pic.twitter.com/uIDb6MALQE
— ANI (@ANI) October 28, 2022
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