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Delhi-bound Akasa Air flight hit by bird in Ahmedabad, radome damage observed: DGCA

New Delhi: The incident of bird collide from Akasa Air (Akasa Air) flight coming from Ahmedabad. After the Bird Hit (Bird Hit), the aircraft was landed at Delhi Airport. Although the news of the flight damage has come out. Akasa's first commercial flight began in August.

By Priyanka Verma 
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New Delhi: The incident of bird collide from Akasa Air (Akasa Air) flight coming from Ahmedabad. After the Bird Hit (Bird Hit), the aircraft was landed at Delhi Airport. Although the news of the flight damage has come out. Akasa’s first commercial flight began in August. Let’s tell you how much damage to the flight from this bird hit has been damaged.

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Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said that during the climb of 1900 feet from Akasa B-737-8 (MAX) aircraft VTSA B-737-8 (MAX) aircraft VT-YAF operating flight QP-1333 (Ahmedabad-Delhi) A bird collided. After landing, damage was seen in Radom of Flight in Delhi.

An Akasa Air flight from Ahmedabad to Bengaluru was cancelled on technical grounds at the last moment earlier this month, resulting in chaos at the airline’s check-in counters with passengers demanding alternative flights to their destination. Akasa Air QP 1332 was scheduled to depart at 9.55 pm, but the airline informed the passengers that it was rescheduled at 10.55 pm, reported news agency quoting a passenger.

“The airline said that we can fly on Wednesday at the same time. But it did not offer passengers food or hotel accommodation. It told us to take a refund or wait till tomorrow at the airport,” the passenger alleged, reporte said. An airline spokesperson confirmed the cancellation citing technical reasons.

“The flight has been cancelled due to technical reasons. The aircraft is grounded and being inspected. The passengers have been given the option either to avail the full refund or make arrangements in a hotel on their own and the airline will disburse that amount,” the spokesperson said. Akasa Air’s first commercial flight was flagged off in August.

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