DGCA seeks report from UAE authorities on two India-bound Emirates flights’ close shave at Dubai

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NEW DELHI: With two India-bound flights of Emirates last week closely avoiding a collision at Dubai Airport, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Friday sought a report from UAE authorities on the incident.
On January 9, a Bengaluru-bound Boeing 777 entered the runway on which another B777 had begun speeding for take off to Hyderabad.
Luckily, the latter managed a high-speed rejected take off just in time to avoid colliding with the other Emirates B777 on the runway.
Since both the aircraft are UAE-registered and the incident also happened in Dubai, aviation authority of the country will investigate the same as per International Civil Aviation Organisation provisions.
“However, we have asked them to share the investigation report as and when available,” a senior DGCA official said.
About the close shave, an Emirates spokesperson said: “On January 9, flight EK-524…

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