New Delhi, August 2
A car belonging to Go First airline went under an IndiGo A320neo aircraft at the Delhi airport on Tuesday, narrowly avoiding collision with the plane’s nose wheel, sources said.
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) will investigate the incident that happened at stand number 201 of the airport’s T2 terminal, its officials stated. The car’s driver was subjected to breath analyser test for consumption of alcohol and it was found to be negative, the officials added.
There was no damage to the plane and no one was injured, the sources said. The aircraft was readying to depart for Patna on Tuesday morning when a Swift Dzire car belonging to Go First airline went under it, narrowly avoiding collision with the nose wheel, the sources said.
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