An Indian Air Force AN-32 transport aircraft with 11 people on board crash landed on Saturday night at Chandigarh airport, but all on board are safe.
The plane on a flight from Bhatinda also caught fire as it crash landed, official sources said. The blaze was doused by fire tenders at the airport.
No loss of life was reported, Defence PRO Pavitar Singh said. The incident happened around 8.30 pm, he said.
Official sources said a few people aboard the Russian-built
IAF authorities have ordered a Court of Inquiry into the incident.
"Crash landing took place at Chandigarh airport. Everyone is safe," Pavitar Singh said.
An IAF spokesperson said in Delhi that the aircraft has been damaged.
He had said that the aircraft had a 'hard landing' and veered off the runaway.