An Indian chartered flight with 12 passengers mysteriously landed at Jinnah International Airport in Karachi, Pakistan. The incident reportedly took place on Monday, Independence Day, but nothing is known about the reason behind it or why the plane landed.
It is known that this special plane took off from Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Airport and landed at Karachi Airport on Monday at 12:10 PM local time in Pakistan. So far, nothing is known about the reason why the plane landed in Pakistan. It is currently known that 12 passengers got off the plane after landing in Karachi. A spokesperson of the Civil Aviation Authority confirmed the news and said that the international chartered flight originated from India and has no connection with any other country.
It is reported that 12 passengers were disembarked from the plane after landing in Karachi. However, it is still not clear why the plane landed at Karachi airport. Recently, two Indian aircraft landed at Karachi airport last month, but in that case,
both the aircraft faced technical problems.
On July 5, SpiceJet’s Delhi-Dubai flight ran out of fuel mid-air and on July 17, IndiGo’s Sharjah-Hyderabad flight landed in Karachi due to engine problems. A spokesperson for the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) confirmed that the charter flight was from India. However, it is still unclear why the plane landed at the Karachi airport. Incidentally, two flights from India landed in Karachi last month due to technical problems.