Kozhikode airplane crash: Five-member inquiry panel shaped, report anticipated in 5 months


New Delhi, August 13

The Aircraft Accident Investigation Board (AAIB) stated on Thursday it has shaped a five-member panel to inquire into the circumstances of a airplane crash in Kerala’s Kozhikode airport final week by which 18 individuals had been killed.

In an announcement, the board stated, “The investigator-in-charge will complete its inquiry and submit the report to AAIB, India, preferably within five months from the date of the issue of this order.”

Captain SS Chahar, a former designated examiner on B737NG (plane), would be the investigator-in-charge to inquire into the circumstances of the August eight accident.

He will probably be assisted by 4 different investigators, the AAIB stated.

An Air India Express flight from Dubai with 190 individuals, together with a six-member crew, overshot the tabletop runway throughout touchdown on the Kozhikode airport in heavy rains on August 7 night.

The narrow-body B737 airplane fell right into a valley 35 toes under and broke into items, killing 18 individuals, together with each pilots. PTI

 



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