At least three people are understood to have been treated for minor injuries while camera phone footage shows the window panel "falling off".
An investigation into the incident has now been launched by aviation regulator the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and the Aircraft Accident Investigation Board (AAIB).
According to a video gone viral an inside window panel came off near seat 18A.More news: India decides to give death penalty to child rapists
In October 2014, a Singapore Airlines flight was hit by sudden turbulence when it was descending to land in Mumbai, injuring 22 passengers and crew.
The Boeing 787 Dreamliner (VT-ANI) had a turbulent flight for 10 to 15 minutes during the climb phase from 8,000 feet to 21,000 feet, reported The Times of India.
As per NDTV news reports, the pilot of the Air India Boeing 787 Dreamliner that was hit by severe air turbulence said that he had "never seen anything like this ever".
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The flight from Amristar to Delhi was exclusively purported to final round 30 minutes, with turbulence hitting the aircraft quickly after take-off on account of unhealthy climate.
TERRIFIED passengers had been left fearing for his or her lives when turbulence cracked a jet's window - hours after a girl died after she was sucked out of one other aircraft. There has been no official statement from Air India about the incident.
Sources said there was no damage to the outside window and there was no de-pressurisation. "They are all fine and took their connecting flights after getting the first aid".
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