Akasa Air’s Delhi-Mumbai Flight Diverted to Ahmedabad Due to ‘Security Alert’

The budget airline Akasa Air stated on Monday that a “security alert” caused it to reroute its Delhi-to-Mumbai flight to Ahmedabad.

According to a statement from Akasa Air, the pilot of the flight adhered to all necessary emergency protocols and made a safe landing at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport on Monday at 10:13 AM.

“On June 3, while traveling from Delhi to Mumbai, Aksa Air aircraft QP 1719 received a security alert on board. The aircraft was diverted to Ahmedabad in accordance with established safety and security protocols, the airline stated.

It stated that there were 186 passengers, 1 baby, and 6 crew members on board the airplane. 

The airline added, “Akasa Air is following and supporting all safety and security protocols on ground,” and that all customers had disembarked.


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