An IndiGo Airways flight en route Ahmedabad from Amritsar strayed into Gujranwala close to Lahore in Pakistan earlier than heading again to Indian airspace at about 8 pm on Saturday.
In accordance with flight radar, the Indian airplane with a floor pace of 454 knots entered north of Lahore at about 7:30 pm on Saturday and returned to India at 8:01 pm, the Daybreak newspaper reported.
There was no quick remark from the airline. In accordance with a senior official of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), it was common and it was internationally allowed in unhealthy climate circumstances. In the mean time, in mild of an alert issued by the CAA, a number of flights have been diverted and delayed attributable to poor visibility at airports.
A Pakistan Worldwide Airways (PIA) flight that was trying to land in Lahore, entered Indian airspace and stayed there for practically 10 minutes attributable to heavy rainfall in Pakistan in Might.
A number of flights heading to Lahore have been diverted to Islamabad attributable to poor visibility. Rains accompanied by sturdy winds and thunder lashed Pakistan on Saturday. 29 individuals have been killed within the three adjoining districts of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. The unhealthy climate warning for Lahore had been prolonged until 11.30 pm on Saturday.
— With PTI inputs