April 20, 2024

According to a report by Pakistani publication Dawn citing flight radar data, the Indian carrier had entered north of Lahore with a ground speed of 454 knots. The report quoted a Civil Aviation Authority official to explain that this was “internationally allowed” in bad weather conditions. Several flights heading to Lahore were also diverted to Islamabad on Saturday due to ‘poor visibility’.
“An IndiGo flight temporarily entered Pakistan airspace yesterday due to bad weather. The flight was scheduled from Amritsar to Ahmedabad. It landed safely in Ahmedabad,” IndiGo officials told news agency ANI.
An IndiGo flight from Amritsar to Ahmedabad strayed into Pakistani airspace for approximately half an hour on Saturday. The incident took place at around 7:30 pm due to bad weather conditions with the plane going up to Gujranwala (close to Lahore). According to local media reports it eventually returned to India at 8:01 pm.

Vijay Laxmi Rai

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