Pakistani Chartered Plane Lands in Lucknow for Re-fuelling

Thursday, May 8, 2014
By George Hatcher

A Pakistani aircraft en-route to Dhaka from Lahore made an emergency landing in Lucknow due to a fuel shortage.

The aircraft, chartered by some unknown company safely landed at the Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport in the afternoon of May 6.

The pilot of the aircraft informed the Lucknow air traffic control about the fuel shortage while flying over Uttar Pradesh. The ATC granted permission for landing after obtaining necessary clearances from all concerned.

The ATC officials said the aircraft was parked at a remote bay during the re-fuelling. All the passengers remained inside the plane.

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