Flight carrying 191 passengers crash lands at airport in Kerala

Aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said it was raining heavily when pilots of the Boeing 737 plane from Dubai tried to land. According to reports, the plane continued to run at a high speed and skidded off the runway when the pilots tried to stop it.

The regulator said after landing at Runway 10, the plane continued running till the end of the runway and fell into the valley and broke into two portions.


  

An Air India Express plane with 190 on board from Dubai overshot Karipur’s table top runway and dropped about 35 feet into a gorge on Friday evening. Officials said 20 people, including the pilot Captain Deepak Vasant Sathe and the co-pilot have died in the accident and over 140 more are injured, some of them seriously.

Images from Karipur airport, also known as Kozhikode international airport, showed the aircraft split into two pieces.

Aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said it was raining heavily when pilots of the Boeing 737 plane from Dubai tried to land. According to reports, the plane continued to run at a high speed and skidded off the runway when the pilots tried to stop it.

The regulator said after landing at Runway 10, the plane continued running till the end of the runway and fell into the valley and broke into two portions.

The accident took place at about 7.40 p.m.

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