- A SpiceJet flight, bound to Gorakhpur, returned back to Mumbai after a crack was seen on windshield.
- The air traffic controller was apprised and the aircraft landed safely at the Mumbai airport
A SpiceJet flight was returned back to Mumbai on Saturday, abandoning its journey to Uttar Pradesh's Gorakhpur after a crack was seen on the windshield, an official statement read.
"On May 28, SpiceJet Boeing 737 aircraft was scheduled to operate SG-385 (Mumbai-Gorakhpur). During cruise, windshield outer pane was observed to be cracked," an airline spokesperson said. He added that the pilot-in-control decided to return the plane back to Mumbai.
The air traffic controller was apprised and the aircraft landed safely at the Mumbai airport, the spokesperson added.