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Kozhikode Air India crash

From Pilot To Windshield Wiper: AAIB Probe Report Finds 57 Errors That Led To Kozhikode Plane Crash

Sep 12, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

The Air India Express crash last year, involving a Boeing 737-800 aircraft, killed 21 people, including two pilots, and injured several others at Kozhikode airport.

Kerala Plane Crash: Govt Aviation Body Sidelines Its Own 46 Experts To Set up Probe Panel

Aug 28, 2020 Jeevan Prakash Sharma

The 46 experts of Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau are required to carry out the investigation of aircraft accidents. However, the panel investigating the Kerala plane crash has only one member from the AAIB.


An Experienced Investigator Should Head Probe In Kozhikode Crash: Former Director-General, DGCA

GR Kathpalia, who had served as DG in DGCA for eight years, says the Investigator-in-Chief should definitely be a person with prior experience in the field of air crash investigation.

Kerala Plane Crash: Why Is Sushant Singh Rajput's Life More Important Than 18 Deaths, Asks Expert

Aug 21, 2020 Jeevan Prakash Sharma

A Public Interest Litigation pending before the Kerala High Court has demanded a Court of Inquiry to ascertain the reason for the crash and a CBI investigation for potential criminal action against the officers involved.


Kozhikode Air India Crash: Cockpit Wreckage Suggests Pilots Tried To Take Off After Landing

The wreckage of the cockpit of the crashed Air India Express plane suggests that after the pilots landed on the runway in Calicut, they had attempted to take off again, perhaps realising they might not be able to stop the plane.

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15 August, 2020

Air India Express Plane Crash: Air Safety Experts Think Investigation Is A Cover-up Exercise

Jeevan Prakash Sharma

Independent safety experts have raised serious reservations on the competence of the investigator-in-charge and integrity of some of the members of the probe team.


11 August, 2020

After Plane Crash, DGCA Bans Wide-body Aircraft At Kozhikode, To Audit Airports That Witness Heavy Rains

PTI

The DGCA said the special audit will be done at airports like Mumbai and Chennai that are affected by heavy rains annually.


10 August, 2020

'Touchdown Was Late': DGCA Chief Says Air India Plane Pilots Were Told About Bad Weather

Outlook Web Bureau

DGCA chief Arun Kumar said the Air India Express plane had made a late touchdown even though the runway was long enough for a bigger aircraft.


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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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