New Delhi, Sep 10(ANI): An Air India flight had to make an emergency landing at the Indira Gandhi international airport in the national capital on Thursday, after its pilot reported a technical snag.
According to reports, the AI flight 3307 from Tokyo to Delhi landed safely in the airport. It had 129 people on board, including 111 passengers and 11crew members, and they all got off safely.
The flight was scheduled to arrive at 4:55 pm, but the pilot asked the Air Traffic Control for a precautionary landing at around 5:07 pm as he got faulty readings of the hydraulics of the plane.
According to officials, the plane landed safely at 5:21 pm. (ANI)