Bhubaneswar-Delhi Vistara flight made an emergency landing soon after its take off at Bhubaneswar International Airport on Wednesday. As per initial reports, the windshield of the Vistara flight reportedly developed cracks in the hailstorm that lashed several parts of Odisha this afternoon. Confirming the development, Bhubaneswar Airport Director Prasanna Pradhan informed that apart from the windshield, some portions of the structure also suffered some damage. The flight had departed from Bhubaneswar at around 1:45 pm and the aircraft sought assistance for emergency landing after 10 minutes on priority. As per Pradhan, the aircraft’s windshield developed a crack along with some damage to the structure. Following the incident, the flight landed safely without any assistance. As per reports, there were around 170 to 180 passengers onboard the flight and all of them are safe. The airport authorities have decided to arrange another flight to carry the passengers. The authorities said that the flight would leave the airport only after necessary repairs.