- Planes coming to India avoided collision at Dubai airport
- Both the planes landed on the identical runway whereas taking off from the airport.
New Delhi: The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has requested the UAE’s aviation regulator to share the investigation report into the January 9 incident in which two passenger planes of Emirates Airline coming to India survived a collision on the Dubai airport. In the stated incident, each the plane had come to the identical runway whereas taking off from the airport. The DGCA has requested the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) of the UAE to share the report of its investigation into the incident.
DGCA chief Arun Kumar stated on Friday, “Both are plane registered with them and the incident passed off at their airport, so in accordance to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) the incident will even be investigated by them.” “However, we’ve requested them to share the investigation report,” he stated.
Sources stated the collision between two Emirates plane had survived on January 9. These plane have been Dubai-Hyderabad flight quantity EK-524 and Dubai-Bengaluru flight quantity EK-568. The EK-524 was prepared to take off when one other plane landed on the identical runway.
In this case the air visitors controller stopped the EK-524 from taking off. Sources stated EK-524 was to take off at 9.45 pm whereas EK-568 was scheduled to take off at 9.50 pm.