GoAir's A320 ceo aircraft suffers technical glitch

DN Bureau

A GoAir plane, carrying 151 passengers, to the national capital was diverted to Nagpur due to a "technical glitch" in the pressurisation system.

GoAir Plane (File Photo)
GoAir Plane (File Photo)

New Delhi: A GoAir plane, carrying 151 passengers, to the national capital was diverted to Nagpur due to a "technical glitch" in the pressurisation system, according to the airline.

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The A320 ceo aircraft was flying from Bengaluru Friday.

In a statement, the airline said flight G8-7001 was diverted to Nagpur after the pilot "suspected a technical glitch on the pressurisation system" and that the aircraft had a normal landing.

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The airline also said the 151 passengers were provided with refreshments, dinner and options for accommodating on alternate GoAir flights or full refund. (PTI) 













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