Air India Express aircraft crashed at Kerala Airport, death counts 15

Air India Express aircraft from Dubai to Kozhikode with 191 onboard slammed in the wake of overshooting the runway and going into the valley in the wake of arriving at Karipur Airport. Two individuals, including the pilot, have lost their carries on with up until this point.

Fire tenders and ambulances have been hurried to the spot. The incident occurred at about 7.10 pm and the aircraft broke into two sections. As indicated by introductory reports, the pilot of the aircraft-Deepak Vasant Sathe passed on in the disaster and the state of the co-pilot is accepted to be basic. The Cockpit and the front entryway of the flight were totally harmed.

Air India Express crashed
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Dubai-Kozhikode Air India flight (IX-1344) slipped during arriving at Karipur Airport at around 7.45 pm today,” Kondotty Police told news office ANI. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has requested a definite investigation into the issue.

Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan educated Police and Fire Power to make dire move in the wake of the plane accident at the Kozhikode Worldwide airport (CCJ) in Karipur. “Have likewise guided the authorities to make important courses of action for salvage and clinical help,” he said.
It is accepted that overwhelming downpours in Kerala could be one reason behind the setback. Nearby MLA told correspondents that the aircraft fell 35 feet from the hilltop runway.

In May 2010, 158 people died when similar incident happened. Air India Express aircraft crashed overshot Manglore Airport.

Sources disclosed to Times Now that the salvage activities are in progress and 15 ambulances have taken the harmed to the close by emergency clinics. Sources state that since it was a tabletop runaway and the arrival was troublesome. It is found out that the A737 Boeing aircraft has not burst into flames.

Distressed to learn about the tragic accident of Air India Express aircraft in Kozhikode, Kerala. Have instructed NDRF [National Disaster Response Force] to reach the site at the earliest and assist with the rescue operations,” Home Minister Amit Shah tweeted.

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh also grieved on the devastating case of plane crash on Twitter

HELPLINE NUMBERS : 0495-2376901 (Helpline number for relatives of passengers); 0483-2719493 (Control room number at Kozhikode airport); 0097165970303 (Control room number at Sharjah airport in UAE); 009710565463903 (Control room number at Dubai airport); 009710543090572 (Control room number at Dubai airport)