Airport Authority of India informs that Goan airport has resumed its operations

MiG-29K aircraft fell on the runway, spilling fuel and sparking a fire, an official of the Airport Authority of India said.

“In the jettisoned fuel tank on the runway, the operations are closed for two hours at the Goa airport. Pl bear with us, “AAI Goa had tweeted from its official Twitter handle after the accident.

The MiG 29K squadron which is the carrier version of the MiG 29 aircraft stationed at the Goa INS Hansa naval base. The Goa civilian airport shares the runway with the Navy which uses a slot between 8 am and 1 pm for sorties and other exercises.

The MiG 29K squadron is assigned to the country’s lone aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya, which is stationed at the Seabird Naval base at Karwar in Karnataka. When not on the carrier the MiG 29K are stationed at Vasco.

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