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Vizag IndiGo Plane Hits Wild Boar During Takeoff , Airline issues statement

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Almost 160 passengers and crew on board a Hyderabad-bound IndiGo flight from Visakhapatnam had a narrow escape when a wild boar strayed onto the runway and came under the aircraft when it was in the last stage of taxiing. The crew asked Air Traffic Control to clear the runway of the carcass so that the plane could return.

Indigo Flight traveling from Vishakapatnam to Hyderabad, while take-off on the runway a Huge wild Boar or Gaint Hog suddenly came under the airlines. pilot notices, and when it was in the last stage of taxiing. The incident occurred at around 10 p.m. on Sunday when the wild boar ran into the flight path, hitting a rear wheel. However, the plane could not immediately return as the damaged rear wheel failed to retract.

IndiGo Airlines on Tuesday issued a statement and said that by adhering to the standard operating procedures (SOPs) a major tragedy was averted. The flight finally took off at about 1 am.

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The pilot made a precautionary landing back at the Vizag airport after about 45 minutes to get the aircraft inspected. The troubled not yet stopped pilot flew the plane for 45 minutes to burn fuel.

"We have requested the District Collector to arrange us personnel from the Forest Department and Greater Visakhapatnam Municipal Corporation to catch the wild boar suspected to be hiding in the thick vegetation in the vicinity", VIA Director Prakash Reddy told The Hindu on Monday. This was first time that a wild boar entered the airport, which is under the control of the Eastern Naval Command, sources said.

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