A SpiceJet flight from New Delhi to Dubai was forced to land in Karachi, Pakistan. According to preliminary reports, SpiceJet's SG-11 flight took off from New Delhi to Dubai but had to make an emergency landing in Karachi, Pakistan, due to a technical snag on the way. All the passengers are reportedly safe.
A SpiceJet spokesperson stated that a SpiceJet B737 aircraft operating flight SG-11 (Delhi-Dubai) was diverted to Karachi due to an indicator light malfunction. The plane safely landed in Karachi, and the passengers safely disembarked. He stated that no emergency was declared and that the plane landed normally. There had been no previous reports of an aircraft malfunction. The passengers have been given refreshments. A replacement plane has been sent to Karachi to transport the passengers to Dubai.
SpiceJet SG-11 flight from Delhi to Dubai makes an emergency landing in Karachi (Pakistan) after developing a technical fault. All passengers on board are safe. More details awaited. pic.twitter.com/E2VlfQOgdW— ANI (@ANI) July 5, 2022
This is the sixth such incident in the last 17 days involving a SpiceJet aircraft. The DGCA is investigating all six incidents. When the Boeing 737 MAX flight from Delhi to Dubai was in the air, the plane's left tank began to show an unusual decrease in fuel content, according to officials. As a result, the plane was diverted to Karachi, he explained. According to officials, there was no leak from the left tank during checks at Karachi airport.