Three Vistara flights sure for Delhi had been diverted from Delhi’s Indira Gandhi Worldwide Airport (IGI Airport) to different airports on Saturday attributable to poor visibility. The flights had been diverted to Jaipur and Ahmedabad. The low visibility at IGI Airport was attributed to poor air high quality in Delhi. A number of areas of the town had been experiencing ‘very poor’ air high quality, with smog protecting a number of areas. At Terminal 3 of IGI Airport, the AQI was recorded at 375 at 10:00 AM.
Checklist of diverted Vistara flights:
Vistara Flight UK954 from Mumbai to Delhiwas diverted to Jaipur, arriving at 8:42 AM.
Vistara Flight UK928 from Mumbai to Delhi was diverted to Jaipur, with an estimated arrival time of 9:45 AM.
Vistara Flight UK906 from Ahmedabad to Delhi was diverted to Ahmedabad, with an anticipated arrival time of 10:00 AM.
18 flights diverted from Delhi’s IGI Airport
A complete of 18 flights on the Delhi airport
Air High quality Issues
The Central Air pollution Management Board (CPCB) reported ‘Very Poor’ air high quality in Anand Vihar and Ashok Vihar. Anand Vihar’s Air High quality Index (AQI) was 388, whereas Ashok Vihar’s AQI was 386 at 6:00 AM on Saturday. Delhi Setting Minister Gopal Rai introduced that whereas Grap-3 restrictions have been lifted, the federal government is targeted on the strict enforcement of Grap-1 and Grap-2 measures to handle air air pollution considerations.