IndiGo Flight Makes Emergency Landing In Jodhpur After Passenger Falls Ill, Dies Later

New Delhi: A sick passenger forced an emergency landing at Jodhpur airport for an IndiGo flight from Jeddah to Delhi on Tuesday after she became ill and needed to be airlifted to a local hospital, where she was later pronounced dead. Mitra Bano, a 61-year-old passenger, was transported to Jodhpur’s Goyal Hospital and Research Centre.

She was taken to the hospital by a medical team after the aircraft made an emergency landing around 10:30 a.m., according to officials, reported news agency PTI.

But doctors said that Bano had been taken to the hospital and died. Mitra Bano lived in Hazaribagh, Jammu and Kashmir.

IndiGo said in a statement that a doctor on board helped the crew give the passenger immediate first aid. Additionally, the airlines conveyed their sympathies to Mitra Bano’s loved ones and family.

Meer Muzaffar, Bano’s son, was with her when the plane landed in Jodhpur. 

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“My mother complained of pain in her chest. I immediately informed the crew and it decided to go for an emergency landing in Jodhpur,” he said.

This occurs just a few weeks after a 60-year-old passenger on an IndiGo flight from Madurai to Delhi began bleeding in the middle of the flight, necessitating an emergency landing at Indore airport. However, he was declared dead by doctors at a nearby hospital. The passenger was a Noida resident.

A source in the hospital said: “The woman had a cardiac arrest and was declared brought dead. We conducted legal formalities and arranged a transport for her son so that he could take her body home by road.” The flight was at the airport for over an hour and then left for Delhi, the officials said. 

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