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New Delhi-Dibrugarh IndiGo flight diverted to Agartala due to poor visibility

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Dibrugarh, July 27: Yet again, New Delhi – Dibrugarh IndiGo flight 6E 2031 diverted to Agartala due poor visibility at Mohanbari airport, Dibrugarh on Thursday.

According to sources, Guwahati – Dibrugarh IndiGo flight 6E 2652 still unable to land at Dibrugarh due poor visibility at the airport.

The flight landing at the airport is affected for last few months due to unavailability of the Instrument Landing System because of the ongoing runway extension work.

As per sources, both the IndiGo flights, New Delhi – Dibrugarh flight no. 6E 2031 and Guwahati – Dibrugarh flight no. 6E 2652 have been diverted to Agartala.

This was not the first time that such incidents happened. Earlier, similar incidents happened and flights were diverted to other areas.


The flights couldn’t be landed because of the poor visibility.

“Presently, there is no Instrument Landing System (ILS) in Mohanbari airport because of the ongoing runway merging work. “We are not compromising with the passengers safety,” said an IndiGo official.

This was not the first time, earlier such incident happened and flights were diverted to Guwahati before landing at Mohanbari Airport in Dibrugarh.

It might be mentioned that the NOTAM should be completed on June 3 but it was not completed due to bad weather.

ILP is a system which provide navigation for aircraft at a time of landing.

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