Engine Of Indian Jet Catches Fire; No One Injured

A Jet Airways plane has made an emergency landing at Mumbai airport after its left engine caught fire, but the Indian airline says no one was hurt.

Airport staff stand next to parked passenger jets.

NEW DELHI: A Jet Airways plane has made an emergency landing at Mumbai airport after its left engine caught fire, but the Indian airline says no one was hurt.

The airline says in a statement that the plane’s left engine caught fire early Monday morning during a flight from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Jet Airways says air traffic controllers asked for the plane to land after seeing some smoke coming out of its engine.