A SpiceJet plane bound for India will be delayed for two days as a result of a “medical crisis”.
Air India announced that the flight from Mumbai to Bengaluru would not go ahead on Saturday due to a “health and safety issue” that required the crew to undergo “intensive medical treatment”.
“The aircraft has been delayed due for two hours due to the ‘medical problem’ on board the aircraft,” the airline said in a tweet.
It did not provide any other details about the incident.
India has been hit by a series of severe weather events over the past few weeks, with the government banning the sale of certain items in the country due to health concerns.