Go First Car Passes Under IndiGo Plane, Narrowly Avoids Collision With Nose Wheel Viral Video DGCA


New Delhi: In a shocking incident that took place at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport, a Maruti car belonging to Go First airline was seen parked below the nose area of ​​the Indigo A320neo aircraft on Tuesday. The car narrowly avoided collision with the plane’s nose wheel, sources said as reported by news agency PTI. According to the aviation industry sources, there was no damage and no was injured.

According to the officials, the issue will be investigated by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) that happened at stand number 201 of the airport’s T2 terminal.

The vehicle’s driver was also sent for a breath analyser test for consumption of alcohol and was found to be negative, the officials said.

According to the sources, the airplane was preparing to leave for Patna on Tuesday morning when a Swift Dzire vehicle belonging to Go First carrier went under it, narrowly avoiding collision with the nose wheel.

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IndiGo and Go First didn’t react to the incident to PTI’s request for statements.

Earlier, a Kolkata-bound IndiGo flight was cancelled on Thursday when the plane skid off the runway during takeoff and got trapped in the muddy outfield. An airport employee confirmed that IndiGo aircraft 6E757 was operating on the Jorhat-Kolkata route, news agency PTI reported.

According to the official, the flight operating on the Jorhat-Kolkata route was delayed for many hours in Jorhat due to a technical fault and was eventually cancelled.

“No passengers suffered injuries in the incident & a team constituted to probe the incident. During the initial inspection of the aircraft, no abnormalities were observed,” IndiGo Airlines was quoted by ANI on its official Twitter handle.

(With PTI Inputs)