Thiruvananthapuram, Sep 13: A Sharjah sure Air India Express flight which took off from Thiruvananthapuram returned again to the airport shortly after taking off due to a technical concern.
The airplane, which additionally had a crew of six, landed safely at Thiruvananthapuram airport and one other flight was organized for the passengers, together with 5 infants, to journey to Sharjah, an Air India Express (AIE) spokesperson advised PTI.
An official from the airport stated that the incident occurred round 7 am. Upon taking off, the pilots sensed the technical glitch simply after about half-hour after taking off and determined to flip again to Thiruvananthapuram.
Another flight was organized for the passengers.
Pilot’s non-adherence to SOP possible trigger for Kozhikode airplane crash: AAIB report
According to the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB) probe report, the possible reason behind the Air India airplane crash at Kozhikode airport final yr was non-adherence to customary working process by the pilot flying the plane
“The possible reason behind the accident was the non adherence to customary working procedures by the pilot flying, whereby, he continued an unstabilized strategy and landed past the landing zone, half manner down the runway, despite ‘Go Around’ name by [the] Pilot Monitoring which warranted a compulsory ‘Go Around’ and the failure of the Pilot Monitoring to take over controls and execute a ‘Go Around’,” stated the 257-page report by Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau submitted on Saturday.
The crash, involving a Boeing 737-800 plane, killed 21 folks, together with the 2 pilots, and injured a number of others. While attempting to land on the airport amid rain, the plane overshot the runway and later broke into items. There have been 190 folks onboard when the crash occurred on August 7, 2020. The two pilots who died within the accident that occurred on the airport in Kerala have been Deepak V Sathe and Akhilesh Kumar. (PTI)