The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has sent off a test into SpiceJet’s choppiness occurrence on Sunday that harmed a few travelers on the Mumbai-Durgapur flight. The SpiceJet flight confronted “serious turbulence” during the landing, because of which upwards of 12 travelers were harmed. A representative of the carrier said that quick clinical help was given to the travelers worried upon appearance in West Bengal’s Durgapur.
The carrier added that clinical assistance was given promptly to the harmed travelers when the plane arrived in Durgapur.
“On May 1, 2022, SpiceJet Boeing B737 aircraft operating flight SG-945 from Mumbai to Durgapur encountered severe turbulence during descent, which unfortunately resulted in injuries to a few passengers,” the spokesperson briefly spoke.
While some of them were released in the wake of giving medical aid, others are still under therapy. Every one of them is supposed to be out of risk. “SpiceJet communicates its disappointment at this lamentable occurrence and is giving all conceivable clinical assistance to the harmed,” the representative added.
The airplane is supposedly currently at the Durgapur air terminal.
Prior, SpiceJet tweeted about harsh weather patterns in Durgapur requesting that travelers actually look at their flight status.