Emergency landing of air ambulance: Indian aircraft landed at Islamabad airport due to fuel shortage; Was going from Kolkata to Tajikistan


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A British patient was in an Indian air ambulance. He was being taken from Kolkata to Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan. (File photo)


Emergency landing of Indian Air Ambulance was made in Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan. The reason for this is said to be refueling. The Pakistan News website quoted the news agency as saying that the air ambulance on Sunday approached the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) of Pakistan. Reported that there was less fuel in the aircraft.

Was taking the British patient
According to the news agency, there was a British patient in the air ambulance. He was accompanied by a doctor and two nurses. They were all going from Kolkata to Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan. Air ambulances landed at Islamabad International Airport after the CAA’s approval. The aircraft took off after refueling about two hours later.

Emergency landing took place in Karachi in November last year.
Earlier on 17 November 2020, due to medical emergency, an aircraft had to make an emergency landing in Karachi. The plane was coming from Riyadh to Delhi. In this, a young man from Bareilly had a cardiac arrest, which killed him.


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