Scare for IndiGo passengers on Chennai-bound flight after second engine fails; plane lands safely

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A major mishap was averted on a Chennai-bound IndiGo flight from Rajahmundry in Andhra Pradesh after the plane suffered a technical glitch while landing on Monday, ANI reported.

The pilot of the 6E 7123 plane, which had 43 passengers on board, gave a distress call at the time of landing after the flight's second engine failed, Times Now reported.

A full emergency was declared at Chennai airport after which the IndiGo flight conducted a go around and finally landed safely.

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