Indian passenger plane lands in Karachi for medical emergency
ISLAMABAD: A flight of India’s non-public airline IndiGo made an emergency touchdown on the airport in Karachi on Monday, the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) mentioned.
The PCAA mentioned in a observation that the touchdown used to be performed on the Jinnah International Airport after middle of the night because of a medical emergency when a 60-year-old Nigerian passenger on board had misplaced his breath and pulse.
The pilot asked to show the flight to Karachi for the remedy of the ill passenger, mentioned the observation, including that the flight used to be going from India’s Delhi to Qatar’s Doha.
However, the ill passenger’s existence used to be now not stored, in step with the observation.
Later after a number of hours, the flight went again to its exact vacation spot, mentioned the observation.
A complete of 163 passengers have been on board the flight, in step with the PCAA.