An official reported that on January 10 in the afternoon, the Azur Air international flight from Moscow that had to make an immediate landing at Jamnagar airport in Gujarat due to a bomb threat ultimately made it to Goa.
On January 10, around 1.20 p.m., the aeroplane, which was carrying all the passengers and crew, departed from Jamnagar airport, more than 15 hours after it had made an emergency landing there. According to a senior airport official, it arrived at Goa’s Dabolim Airport at 2:39 p.m.
The chartered flight from Moscow to Goa was rerouted to Jamnagar, Gujarat, after Goa ATC responded to a suspected bomb threat, according to the director of Jamnagar Airport. Previously, the National Security Guard (NSG) discovered nothing alarming onboard the aircraft.
This news is written by Ms. Pujari Dharani, Research Assistant, All India Legal Forum.