Indian Navy Helicopter Makes Emergency Landing due to Technical Glitch

Friday, January 29, 2016
By George Hatcher

50743948An Indian Navy Helicopter made an emergency landing at a beach near Alappuzha, Kerala, India, on January 27.

The Chetak helicopter was on a routine mission when it experienced a technical glitch, prompting the pilot to make a precautionary landing.

Everyone aboard remained unhurt.

A Naval spokesperson said, “A team from the Naval Base was dispatched to assist the crew and after rectification of the fault, which was minor, the aircraft returned to Kochi.”

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