Indian Army chopper makes emergency landing in Assam's Nagaon after developing technical snag

The IAF's Cheetah helicopter, which was in flight from Dimapur in Nagaland towards Missamari, made the emergency landing after it developed a technical snag. As per last reports, all three crew members were safe.

Indian Army chopper makes emergency landing in Assam's Nagaon after developing technical snag
Indian Army Chopper
By: ABP News Bureau
Updated: 09 May 2019 10:36 AM
 

Nagaon: An Indian Army chopper made an emergency landing at a field in Assam's Nagaon on Wednesday.


The IAF's Cheetah helicopter, which was in flight from Dimapur in Nagaland towards Missamari, made the emergency landing after it developed a technical snag. As per last reports, all three crew members were safe.

Earlier on Wednesday, a Singapore Airlines plane, carrying 228 people, made an emergency landing at the airport in the New Delhi after suffering a glitch with its nose wheel.

The aircraft -- A380-800 -- from Singapore suffered a problem with its nose wheel and was towed away to the terminal, according to a passenger onboard.

According to the passenger, there was apparently "loss of steering capacity" for the plane, which also aborted landing once. The plane made a hard landing and stopped on the runway, he said.

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