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    Air India Emergency Landing in Karachi

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    An Air India passenger plane flying from Dubai to Amritsar was compelled to make an emergency landing at Karachi Airport due to a passenger’s health emergency. The incident unfolded when a passenger on Indian Airlines flight IX192 began experiencing epileptic seizures mid-flight.

    The pilot, in response to the critical situation, promptly contacted the Pakistani Air Traffic Controller, seeking permission for an emergency landing. The request was granted, and the plane touched down safely at Karachi Airport, but the passengers were not allowed to disembark.

    The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) spokesperson confirmed that the Indian plane, with flight number IX192, landed at the Jinnah Terminal at 12:28 pm local time. Upon landing, Border Health Services (BHS) and CAA doctors swiftly responded to the situation, providing immediate medical assistance to the distressed passenger.

    After thorough medical evaluation and the improvement of the passenger’s condition, the flight was cleared for takeoff, resuming its journey to Amritsar.

    This incident serves as a testament to the importance of prompt decision-making and coordination between aviation authorities in responding to in-flight emergencies. The safety and well-being of passengers are always paramount in such situations.

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