Air India's Calicut-Dubai Flight Diverted To Mumbai

The commander of the Air India flight sought priority landing from the Mumbai air traffic control after there was a burning smell in the cockpit though no smoke was detected.

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Air India's Calicut-Dubai Flight Diverted To Mumbai

The Air India engineering department is carrying out its inspection (File Photo)

Mumbai:  A Dubai-bound Air India flight from Calicut with 62 passengers on board was diverted to Mumbai today following a burning smell in the cockpit.

The flight landed safely at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport here at 12.50 pm, an airport official said.

The commander of the flight AI-937 operating on Calicut-Dubai route sought priority landing from the Mumbai air traffic control after there was a burning smell in the cockpit though no smoke was detected, the official said.

The Airbus A321 aircraft is currently grounded and a team of Air India engineering department is carrying out its inspection. Air India spokesperson was not available for comments.


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