Early on Friday morning, the CISF at Delhi’s international airport received a bomb threat aboard a flight coming from Moscow, according to police.
On October 14, a jet from Moscow carrying 400 people had to make an emergency landing in the nation’s capital because of a bomb threat.
At 2.48 in the morning, the Aeroflot plane carrying out flight SU 232 touched down at this location’s Indira Gandhi International Airport. According to them, the staff and passengers were safely evacuated.
The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), according to the police, received an email warning of bombs on the flight on Thursday night.
The CISF at Delhi’s international airport got a bomb threat early on Friday morning, according to the police. The threat was made aboard a flight coming from Moscow.
The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), following the police, was informed via email that there was a bomb on the aircraft.
A senior police official claimed that as soon as the airplane touched down at the Delhi airport between three and four in the morning, its 386 passengers and 14 crew members were evacuated.
The official stated that nothing had been discovered despite the flight’s thorough inspection and isolation of the aircraft.
Flight SU 232 (from Moscow to Delhi) touched down on runway 29. There were 16 crew members and 386 passengers on board. Everyone was taken out safely. The aircraft was brought to a safe and given a full inspection. No bomb has yet been discovered said the official.
On September 30, after a quarrel between two passengers onboard the aircraft at the IGIA, a flight headed for Malaysia was delayed due to a fake bomb alarm. Four accused incident participants were turned over to the neighborhood police.
Among other things, IGIA had a hoax bomb call for Terminal 2 on August 12, 2019, which had an impact on its operations for about 70 minutes.