SpiceJet flight in Karachi airport (Photo : ANI)
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Tuesday ordered a probe into the incident where SpiceJet's Delhi-Dubai flight was diverted to Karachi as the fuel indicator started malfunctioning.
More than 150 passengers are onboard the SpiceJet flight (Delhi-Dubai) that made an emergency landing in Karachi, Pakistan after developing a technical fault.
According to SpiceJet, no emergency was declared and the aircraft made a normal landing at Karachi airport.
Earlier on Saturday, a domestic flight made an emergency landing after its cabin filled with smoke soon after take-off for the central city of Jabalpur, the airline said. A senior DGCA official said that they are investigating all six incidents on SpiceJet aircraft reported in the last 17 days.
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