The IndiGo pilot updated the passengers regarding the successful 
landing of ISRO's Chandrayaan-3.

August 23 witnessed an outpouring of jubilation and national pride among Indians as the country created a historic milestone by accomplishing a successful touchdown on the moon's southern pole. This lunar expedition has propelled India to become the fourth nation in the world to achieve a gentle landing on the lunar terrain, following in the footsteps of the United States, China, and the former Soviet Union.

As countless Indians tuned in to witness the live broadcast of the lunar landing on their television and mobile screens, travelers aboard an IndiGo flight received an exhilarating update from their pilot. A video that has gained significant traction on X captures the exact instant when the pilot shared the news of Chandrayaan-3's triumphant moon landing while the flight was in progress. The response from the passengers was a collective eruption of cheers and excitement.

The video starts by displaying the passengers seated within the aircraft. In a matter of moments, the voice of the pilot becomes audible, signaling a forthcoming special announcement.

"I have a very special announcement to share. Captain Rajiv and I are thrilled to inform you that ISRO's Chandrayaan-3 has accomplished a successful landing on the Moon's south pole. The Vikram Lander's successful touchdown marks India's entry into the league of esteemed spacefaring nations. As the Pragyan rover embarks on its exploration, we extend our hearty congratulations to ISRO for this exceptional achievement. Jai Hind," expressed the IndiGo pilot in the video.

In response, the passengers, including the air hostess, burst into applause and jubilant cheers, brimming with joy and pride.