Budget carrier Indigo Airlines' Raipur-bound plane carrying 112 passengers returned to Hyderabad on Wednesday soon after take-off due to a "technical glitch", according to an announcement by the company.
After carrying out the standard operating procedures, the flight crew landed the A320-232 aircraft safely back at Hyderabad and passengers were flown in another aircraft, the statement added.
Meanwhile, IndiGo and GoAir cancelled 48 flights on Wednesday as almost a third of their A320 Neo aircraft fleet remained grounded for the third day following a safety directive by DGCA. Of these flights, 42 are of IndiGo and six belong to GoAir.
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