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Turmoil in Indigo flight, passengers start crying… circling sky for 30 minutes

Nita Yadav

By Nita Yadav

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Indigo Flight. (symbolic picture)Image credit source: twitter

When an airplane is in the air, it often experiences turbulence. Although this is a common thing but sometimes it becomes very scary. The condition of the passengers sitting inside the plane becomes so bad. A similar scene was seen in the Indigo flight from Jodhpur to Jaipur. Here the passengers started crying in the middle. The matter pertains to Indigo’s Jodhpur to Jaipur flight 6E-7406.

According to information, the flight could not land due to bad weather. There was a problem in the landing of the flight at Jaipur airport. In this condition, the plane circled in the air for more than 30 minutes. Meanwhile, the passengers sitting on the plane were very scared. The passengers were scared because of the commotion in the plane. Due to the air turbulence, some passengers started crying. Passengers present on the flight claimed that they had never seen such turbulence on a plane before. The passengers were scared because of the plane’s hesitancy in the sky.

Oxygen bags were opened

It is being said that the storm was so strong that even the passengers’ oxygen bags came loose. However, only when the plane landed safely at Jaipur airport did the passengers revive. At the same time, the flight could not take off even five hours after its scheduled time. Indigo flight 6E-7406 was scheduled to take off from Jodhpur at 11:05 AM and reach Jaipur 1 hour 15 minutes later at 12:20 PM. But, due to bad weather, the plane took off from Jodhpur at 12:02 PM. The plane landed at Jaipur airport at 1.42 pm. Meanwhile, the flight continued to circle the sky of Jaipur for 25 minutes.

Why air turbulence occurs?

Turbulence is actually an unstable wind whose speed and weight cannot be predicted. Most people think that this only happens in bad weather or storms, but you may be surprised to know that the most dangerous turbulence occurs when the weather is clear and there is no threat or signal in the sky. In clear air, turbulence often occurs in air currents present at altitude, called jet streams. This happens when two air currents flow around each other at different speeds. If the speed difference is too great, the atmosphere is unable to maintain its pressure and the air currents split into two.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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