Adhering to the danger mail, safety firms were put on sharp and also airport protection was increased. An overall of 386 guests and 16 team members were deboarded from the trip.
A harmful email warning of a bomb in a Delhi-bound flight from Moscow was obtained at Indira Gandhi International Flight Terminal (IGI) on Thursday evening, the officials said.
Following the threat mail, protection agencies were put on alert as well as airport security was enhanced.
The trip at the Indira Gandhi International Airport terminal is being examined.
According to authorities, the flight reached the Delhi airport terminal at 3:20 am from Moscow.
“There was a telephone call at 11:15 pm regarding a bomb in the trip originating from Moscow to Terminal 3 (T3) at 3:20 tonight. Trip number SU232 landed on runway 29,” an official claimed.
A complete 386 passengers as well as 16 team members were deboarded from the flight.
The issue is being investigated.
This is not the very first time such a case has actually occurred.
On September 10, a bomb danger call for a London-bound Air India trip was gotten at the flight terminal afterwards protection firms were alerted.
“We got a bomb threat phone call concerning a flight going to London. On Thursday night at 10.30 pm, a phone call began the landline of Ranhola police station in Outer Delhi. The caller said that on the lines of 9/11 attacks in the United States, an Air India trip to London would be exploded,” Delhi Police resources had actually said.
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Last Updated: 14 October 2022