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Video: Passengers injured during evacuation after fire breaks out on Air India Express flight

The airline company states there was no caution sign in the cabin and also one more aircraft on the path informed the staff to fumes providing from among the engines

Oman’s Civil Air travel Authority verified that some travelers received “light injuries” throughout an emergency circumstance at Muscat International Flight Terminal on Wednesday.

A fire burst out on an Air India Express trip at 11.33 am, which caused travelers being left with emergency situation slides.

The aircraft was set up to leave for Kochi, India, on Wednesday early morning.

Video clips distributing on social media sites reveal smoke rippling from the airplane.

Oman’s Civil Air travel Authority had actually previously provided a notification claiming that the circumstance is “being managed by experts.” It likewise claimed that the security of the airport terminal and also air web traffic was not jeopardized by the case.

There were 141 travelers plus 6 staff onboard. The Directorate General of Civil Aeronautics (DGCA) verified that all travelers had actually been securely left after smoke had actually been discovered in among the trip’s engines while on the airport terminal’s path. “We will certainly explore the case as well as likewise take suitable activity.”

Air India Express has actually given that launched a thorough declaration, in which it kept in mind that although one more aircraft on the taxiway had actually at first reported observing fumes from the airplane, there was “no fire caution sign in the cabin”. Out of safety measure, the staff quit on the path and also turned on the onboard engine fire extinguishers, complying with which the travelers were left from the airplane.

The airline company likewise verified that no significant injuries were reported, just “small contusions” created while travelers were leaving. “An alleviation trip has actually been organized to restore the visitors from Muscat later on this night,” it claimed.

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