Crew, passengers evacuated from Air India Express’ Muscat-Kochi flight following smoke warning

On Wednesday, an Air India Express flight from Muscat to Cochin was evacuated at the Muscat airport in Oman after reports of smoke and fire in one of the aircraft's motors

Slides were used to evacuate everyone on board, and no accidents were recorded.

When the AI Express Boeing 737-800 aeroplane was taxiing for takeoff, engine No. 2 caught fire and started to smoke

 Six crew members and 145 passengers, including four babies, were all removed off the aircraft on the taxiway as a precaution and taken to the terminal building

The Indian Express was informed by Arun Kumar, Director General of Civil Aviation,

that the aviation authority will look into the situation and take suitable action.

The Indian Express was informed by Arun Kumar, Director General of Civil Aviation,

that the aviation authority will look into the situation and take suitable action.

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