Airline Passengers Bleed From Noses & Ears After Flight Crew Makes SCARY Mistake!

Gladys Abbott
September 21, 2018

Soon after the flight was turned back to the Mumbai airport, the passengers were quickly rushed to the doctors for medical aid. "In the next five minutes, the air pressure had dropped so much that the oxygen masks came down automatically", Hathi said.

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said that the crew on duty has been taken off duty and Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB) has started an investigation.

The Jet Airways flight to Jaipur had to turn back as the alarming symptoms became apparent, the airline said, with one traveller describing "panic" on board.

Oxygen masks dropped from the ceiling during the scare. It added that 144 of the original flight's passengers have been transported to Jaipur on a different flight, and 17 decided "to travel at another point in time".

The Centre on Thursday directed the Directorate of Civil Aviation to prepare a safety audit plan within 30 days involving assessment of safety parameters of airlines, airports, flying training schools and companies carrying out maintenance, fix and overhaul of aircraft, ANI reported.

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"PASSENGERS RECOUNT HORROR'The problem continued till we touched the runway'Prashant Sharma, a marketing professional working with a radio station in Mumbai, said that he had been flying regularly for the past 15 years, but never experienced what happened on Thursday". It returned to Mumbai at 7.04am.

Some of the people who claimed to be on board Jet Airways flight 9W 697 took to Twitter to describe their experience, with many being critical of Jet Airways for not providing information and assistance after the flight landed. India's Ministry of Civil Aviation has asked for a report ASAP from its investigatory arm, Al Jazeera reports. Hence it is of the utmost importance that those responsible, take every measure possible to ensure the safety of their passengers. "There was no announcement by the crew and nobody knew what to do".

A Jet Airways flight was forced to make an emergency landing after its pilots failed to pressurize the jet after take off.

"Jet Airways is extending full cooperation to the DGCA for the ongoing investigation and regrets the inconvenience caused", the spokesperson said.

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