A SpiceJet aircraft, flying from Dibrugarh, on Thursday had to make a priority landing at Kolkata airport after a bird hit the nose of the jet.
According to an India Today report, the captain of the aircraft immediately contacted the air traffic control for the safety of passengers.
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Reports have confirmed that all passengers travelling on the SpiceJet flight were safe.
The incident comes two days after a SpiceJet flight from Dubai with a burst tyre landed abruptly, but safely, at the Jaipur international airport.