New Delhi, July 8 (IANS) Budget passenger carrier IndiGo on Saturday said that five passengers were injured when the window of a bus ferrying them to their aircraft shattered due to a “jet blast” from a nearby plane.
According to the airline, civil aviation regulator DGCA has initiated an inquiry in to the incident which took place on Friday evening at IGI Airport here.
“An arriving aircraft of Spicejet SG-253 took a turn to park at the allocated bay during which the jet blast from the aircraft broke the right front window glass of IndiGo coach,” the budget passenger carrier said in a statement.
“5 passengers seated in the coach received minor injuries… We have voluntarily informed the authorities. This matter is being investigated by IndiGo safety department and the regulator.”