IndiGo flight 6E 61 from Mumbai to Dubai.
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DUBAI – A Dubai-bound IndiGo flight with 184 passengers made an emergency landing in Mumabi on Thursday (May 3), the airline said.
The plane was airbone for an hour when a smoke alarm from its cargo hold forced it to make an emergency landing back at the Chhatrapai Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai.
It turned out to the a false alarm as no smoke or fire was found inside the aircraft, which landed safely.
“IndiGo flight 6E 61 from Mumbai to Dubai made a precautionary air turn back due to a smoke warning in the cargo compartment. The aircraft has landed safely in Mumbai,” the airline said in the statement. GAD/Expat Media
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