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Go First flight’s emergency landing in Coimbatore is caused by a malfunctioning alarm

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A malfunctioning smoke alarm forced a Go First flight carrying 92 people from Bengaluru to Male in the Maldives to make an emergency landing in Coimbatore. The pilot was flying above the textile hub of Tamil Nadu when he noticed the smoke alert.

But Coimbatore’s airport authorities claimed it was a “false alarm.”

The twin engines are said to have overheated before the alarm went out, according to news agency PTI. The engineers determined that there was a problem with the alert after inspecting the engines and determining that the aircraft was safe to fly, it was said.

Within minutes after takeoff on Thursday afternoon last week, a Go First aircraft was forced to return to Ahmedabad after being struck by a bird.

A Go First flight between Delhi and Guwahati experienced a windscreen crack mid-flight earlier in the month as a result of inclement weather.

Jyotiraditya Scindia, the minister of aviation, met with the heads of Indian airlines following reports of numerous occurrences involving technical difficulties.

The Union minister had urged the airlines to increase security precautions.

Since then, the aviation regulator, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), has mandated that all aircraft at bases and transit hubs must be released by certifying staff who possess a licence and have been given the necessary authorization by their organisation.

The aviation watchdog also recommended that all aircraft at base and transit stations be released by certifying staff possessing a licence and having the necessary authorization from their organisation. This recommendation came as a result of regular engineering-related problems in various airlines.

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