Spicejet aircraft returns to Mumbai due to cracked windshield

A SpiceJet plane, which was heading to Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh, returned to Mumbai on Saturday, May 28 after a crack was observed on the windshield, according to an official statement.

“On May 28, SpiceJet Boeing 737 aircraft was scheduled to operate SG-385 (Mumbai-Gorakhpur). During the cruise, the windshield outer pane was observed to be cracked,” the airline’s spokesperson said.

The pilot-in-command decided to return to Mumbai, the spokesperson said. The air traffic controller was apprised and the aircraft landed safely at the Mumbai airport, the spokesperson added.

Spicejet aircraft returns to Mumbai due to cracked windshield

This comes a day after the private airliner said a ransomware attack on IT systems has affected its audit process. Owing to this, SpiceJet announced that there will be a delay in the announcement of its Q4 results for FY2021-22.

“We wish to inform you that we are expecting a delay in submission of audited standalone and consolidated financial results of the company for the financial year ended March 31, 2022, with the stock exchange in terms of Regulation 33 of the SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015 due to ransomware attack on our IT systems which has affected the completion of the audit process within the stipulated time,” SpiceJet said in a regulatory filing on May 27.

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Two days ago, Spice Jet had announced an attempted ransomware attack, which had slowed down its operations and impacted flight departures.

SpiceJet flights at Delhi airport were delayed last week due to a delay in the airline’s daily payment to the Airports Authority of India.

On May 18, a Goa-bound SpiceJet flight had to return to Pune due to a technical issue. More details regarding the technical issue were not revealed by airline operators.

ALSO READ – Multiple SpiceJet flights halted by Delhi ATC for non-payment of daily airport user fees to AAI

In another incident, several SpiceJet flights at Delhi airport were delayed last week due to a delay in the airline’s daily payment to the Airports Authority of India. The glitch was fixed and the operation became normal, a SpiceJet spokesperson later confirmed.

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