SpiceJet Flight Overshoots Runway At Mumbai Airport; None Hurt
Due to the incident, a secondary runway is in operation at the airport currently. Many subsequent flights have been diverted to other airports such as Ahmedabad and Bengaluru, the sources said.
The incident happened on Monday around 11.45 pm when the SpiceJet flight SG6237 flying from Jaipur to Mumbai skid and overshot the main runway, the source said.
"A SpiceJet flight SG6237, which was coming from Jaipur to Mumbai, skid and overshot the main runway at around 11.45 pm on Monday night. All passengers are safe. The main runway has been temporarily closed," the source said. Due to the incident, a secondary runway is in operation at the airport currently. Many subsequent flights have been diverted to other airports such as Ahmedabad and Bengaluru, the sources said.
Mumbai Airport PRO: SpiceJet SG 6237 Jaipur-Mumbai flight overshot runway yesterday while landing at Mumbai Airport. All passengers are safe, no injuries reported. #Maharashtra pic.twitter.com/hEULogZHr4
— ANI (@ANI) July 2, 2019
"A Korean Air flight KE655 which was coming from Seoul to Mumbai has been diverted to Ahmedabad due to the incident and bad weather conditions," the sources said.
Similarly, a Lufthansa flight LH756, which was coming from Frankfurt, and an Air India flight AI331, which was coming from Bangkok had to be diverted to other airports, the sources said.
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