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Technical snag forces SpiceJet flight to return to Mumbai

7 days ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

A SpiceJet flight from Mumbai en route Dubai returned to the city on Wednesday, shortly after take-off, due to a technical snag in the aircraft.
The flight, SG-13, was delayed by four hours. The glitch was rectified by airline engineers and the plane resumed its journey to Dubai. All passengers are said to be safe.
A statement issued by SpiceJet said, “On January 9, 2019, flight SG-13 returned to Mumbai due to a minor technical issue. The aircraft made a normal landing. Reports of emergency landing are wrong and baseless. After checks, the aircraft continued with its rotation and has...
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