Models pose on airstrip during take off, DGCA orders inquiry: Report

Models pose on airstrip during take off, DGCA orders inquiry: Report

Models pose on airstrip during take off, DGCA orders inquiry: Report

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC) has decided to investigate the incident in which a group of nine models were placed on a runway during the takeoff of a private plane, the ANI news agency reported.

In a video posted by the news agency, some of the new models can be seen relaxing, while the VT-SAI plane leaves the ground.

While the location of the incident has not been revealed, sources told ANA’s DGAC that an investigation had been opened against the owner of a private plane and the model group to violate security standards.

“We landed on a private runway where there was a private plane waiting for us,” one of the models said in the video. “I think this is the list of the craziest things I’ve ever done,” adds another.

“There is always a chance that the driver decided to abort the takeoff at the last moment for some reason, and these people would not have had a chance to leave the track,” said a pilot for the Times of India.

According to the TOI report, the aircraft is a Cessna 208 is a single engine aircraft with a maximum capacity of 14 people. In the video, the models are also considered incorporated in the airplane.

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