A Go First aircraft flying to Goa returned to Mumbai airport due to a technical snag on Wednesday, according to a DGCA official.
A Go First spokesperson confirmed the mid-air turnback of its Mumbai-Goa flight “due to technical reasons”.
“There were 182 passengers onboard the aircraft,” he said.
The official said the aircraft VT-WGP operating G8-371 BOM-GOI had an air turn back due to vent avionics fault.
The official said that the DGCA will be launching a probe into the incident.
The aircraft was released under MEL (Minimum Equipment List), the airline said and added that it departed at 8.20 pm.
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