AirAsia India on Monday said it has resumed in-flight meal service for passengers following relaxations in regulatory guidelines by the government.
Mumbai-bound Air Asia flight (i5-632) aborted take-off at Ranchi Airport due to a bird-hit today. Airport officials said all passengers are safe.
As there were suspected coronavirus-infected passengers aboard AirAsia India's Pune-Delhi flight last Friday, the pilot-in-command after landing chose to come out of the plane through cockpit's secondary exit, which is a sliding window.
An AirAsia flight to Bagdogra with 171 passengers including West Bengal minister Aroop Biswas on board encountered a hailstorm soon after takeoff and was forced to make an emergency landing in the airport here after the pilot suspected damage to the windshield, the airlines said in a statement on Wednesday.
An Air Asia flight to Bagdogra from here with 171 passengers including West Bengal minister Arup Biswas was forced to return shortly after takeoff due to a thunderstorm on Tuesday evening.
"Local stand-by was declared for AirAsia India flight operating on Delhi-Chennai route on Thursday morning. The pilot in command sought priority landing from Chennai ATC due to some issue in the aircraft's hydraulic system. The flight landed safely at 8.01 am," the source said.