At Delhi air terminal Five travelers on load up an IndiGo bus maintained minor wounds after the bus window broken because of jet blast, supposedly from a SpiceJet plane moving toward a parking bay. Stream impact alludes to the solid force of hot air that aircraft motors push behind, especially prior to take-off.
An IndiGo representative said the right front window of its bus was parted from the effect of the blast. Five travelers who got minor wounds were taken to the air terminal clinic.
The avionics watchdog Directorate General of Civil Aviation is exploring the episode.
“IndiGo Coach number 34 was parked at Bay 17 yesterday at 16:50 hours for boarding up of travelers on flight 6E-191 enroute Delhi-Mumbai. In the meantime, an arriving flying machine of Spicejet SG-253 took a swing to stop at the distributed bay,” IndiGo said in an announcement.
“The jet blast from the air ship broke the right front window glass of the coach,” IndiGo said in the announcement.
SpiceJet has not remarked on the issue yet.