According to a DGCA official, On Monday a Vistara Airlines flight from Delhi to Mumbai was compelled to return to Delhi midway after a “whistling” sound was heard in the right side of the Boeing 737 aircraft cockpit.
Despite the fact that no structural flaw was found during the plane’s initial ground examination, the official said the DGCA still demanded a review of the incident.
A joint venture between Tata and Singapore Airlines Limited (SIA) announced the return of its Mumbai flight UK 951 to Delhi, noting that the pilot made the decision to do so after a technical issue was discovered shortly after takeoff.
Flight UK 951, operated by Vistara (Delhi-Mumbai), was forced to make an air turn back to Delhi when a whistling sound came from the right side of the cockpit. The official reported that the aircraft had safely landed.
The aircraft safely landed at the IGI Airport in Delhi after the pilots chose to turn around as a precaution, according to a statement from the airline. It added that the passengers’ transportation to their destination was quickly arranged on a different aircraft.