SpiceJet Flight's Tyre Burst On Landing

A SpiceJet flight from Delhi to Mumbai eperienced a tyre burst on landing, but the plane landed safely on the runway.

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On landing, after evacuating runway, one tyre was deflated. No smells or smoke were noted. "Aircraft was parked at allocated bay as advised by ATC," a SpiceJet spokesperson stated.

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The representative further stated that the captain felt no abnormalities during the landing and that passengers departed normally.

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SpiceJet received a show-cause notice from the DGCA on July 6 after eight occurrences of technical fault since June 19.

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DGCA ordered SpiceJet on July 27 to run no more than 50% of its summer flights for eight weeks.

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The airline would be subject to "increased surveillance" by the DGCA during these eight weeks.

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The low-cost carrier claimed it had cleared all outstanding primary dues of the airport operator earlier this month.

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In 'cash and carry,' the airline pays the AAI daily for navigation, landing, parking, and other charges to run flights.

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