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A SpiceJet flight from Delhi to Nashik on Thursday morning had to return halfway due to a glitch in the auto pilot. This information has been given by aviation regulator DGCA.

It has been said by DGCA that the Boeing 737 aircraft of SpiceJet has made a safe landing.

A DGCA official said SpiceJet B737 aircraft VT-SLP which had taken off from Delhi to Nashik as Flight SG-8363 had to return due to a glitch in the auto pilot.

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had issued a show-cause notice to the airline after reports of glitches in several SpiceJet aircraft were reported in the past few months amid financial turmoil amid high fuel prices and rupee depreciation. .

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A SpiceJet flight from Delhi to Nashik on Thursday morning had to return halfway due to a glitch in the auto pilot. This information has been given by aviation regulator DGCA.

It has been said by DGCA that the Boeing 737 aircraft of SpiceJet has made a safe landing.

A DGCA official said SpiceJet B737 aircraft VT-SLP which had taken off from Delhi to Nashik as Flight SG-8363 had to return due to a glitch in the auto pilot.

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had issued a show-cause notice to the airline after reports of glitches in several SpiceJet aircraft were reported in the past few months amid financial turmoil amid high fuel prices and rupee depreciation. .

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