New Delhi :
Facilities of Air India has been under question again after a Milan-bound flight with over 130 passengers onboard makes emergency landing at Delhi airport.
The flight was called back in less than an hour after smoke filled in the passenger cabin.
The plane, a Boeing Dreamliner, landed in Delhi with ambulances and fire engines on stand-by.
"Delhi-Milan flight AI 137 made a safe precautionary landing at Delhi Airport today due to minor smoke detected in the cabin," said the airline.
All the passengers were evacuated and transferred to another aircraft.
Air India flt 137 Delhi to Milan which departd at 1500 hours has reportd smoke inside the cabin.Full emergency landing back at IGI.— CP Delhi (@CPDelhi) January 26, 2016