Spicejet Flight Mishap: Accident Can Happen Anytime At Mumbai Airport, Claims AAI Official


Hours after the SpiceJet Boeing 737 aircraft which overshot a wet runway while landing at the airport in rain-hit Mumbai and got stuck in the mud, a senior airport official claimed that safety measures were not upto the mark at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA) airport.

While making the sensational revelation, S Mangala, DGM (Aviation Safety), said that if the SpiceJet Varanasi-Mumbai flight SG-703 with 183 passengers had landed from the opposite direction and overrun the runway, it would have hit the non-frangible JBS (Jet Blast Shield) and gone up in flames as there is no soft RESA (muddy area meant to stop an aircraft) beyond the runway on that side.

The Airport Authority of India (AAI) official claimed to have repeatedly warned and written to DGCA the Chairman of AAI, all the airlines and the ATCOs (Air Traffic Controllers) that such an accident can happen any time. Read More…

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