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Air Ambulance took emergency landing in Delhi

The aircraft landed 6.0 nautical miles short of IGI airport: DGCA

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Publish Date: May 24 2016 4:14PM | Updated Date: May 24 2016 4:30PM

Air Ambulance took emergency landing in Delhi
Alchemist Airlines Air Ambulance had taken off from Patna and was enroute to Delhi took an emergency landing on Tuesday. The flight had 7 people on board.
 
 
The aircraft was 6 nautical miles from Delhi when the pilot contacted the ATC reporting it about engine failure, leading to the emergency landing at Kair village in Delhi's Najafgarh area.
 
 
Fire tenders and emergency services arrived at the spot and provide immediately relief. Both pilots are safe and five people rushed to Medanta hospital. 
 
 
“The aircraft landed 6.0 nautical miles short of IGI Airport. Pilot reported failure of both engines. All seven on board are safe,” said the Directorate General of Civil Aviation said in a statement. DGCA started the probe on Air Ambulance Crash landing in Delhi's Najafgarh