New Delhi, August 8
The black field of the Air India Express flight that crashed at Kerala’s Kozhikode airport final night has been recovered even because the dying toll touched 18 right now after a passenger succumbed to accidents.
Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) officers mentioned the black field can be delivered to Delhi for additional investigation by the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB). Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri visited the location and introduced an interim aid of Rs 10 lakh for the kin of every of the deceased, Rs 2 lakh for the critically injured and Rs 50,000 for individuals who sustained minor accidents. Additionally, CM Pinarayi Vijayan introduced Rs 10 lakh for the deceased.
The Centre mentioned all companies, together with the AAIB, DGCA and flight security division, have been on the spot to analyze and confirm varied facets of the crash.
Airports Authority of India Chairman Arvind Singh mentioned “corrective action” can be taken after receiving the probe report. Meanwhile, the airline mentioned pilot-in-command Deepak Sathe was an skilled Boeing 737-800 pilot. — TNS/PTI