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Passenger Flight turn “Fighter” after Pilot’s midair fight: Jet airways grounded both

Thursday - January 4, 2018 4:32 pm , Category : VIRAL ON WEB


On ground fight are often seen and experienced by us but situation became critical when during a flight male pilot slapped her co-pilot  and she refused to fly plane in jet airways international flight. This bizarre Incident befallen in Jet Airways London-Mumbai flight carrying 324 passengers, including two infants where Pilot and co- pilots fought inside the cockpit threatened on board passengers.

On New Year first day a jet airways 9W119 London-Mumbai flight, where male pilot working with the airline for over a decade had some "argument" with the female commander over some issues as quite often for both of them during   many past flights. But on Monday, arguments turned violent and the male pilot slapped the woman co-pilot after which she left cockpit cabin crying.

"The cabin crew persuaded co-pilot to go back to the cockpit for fly operations but she refused. Following this, situation became worsen when the male pilot too came out of the cockpit, leaving the operations to the care of a cabin crew made passengers heads over heels with a situation where  plane’s both pilots are in front of them. Finally both of them returned to cockpit for further and passengers feel free form fear.

After this incident Aviation regulator DGCA suspended the flying license of the senior pilot who allegedly slapped a female co-pilot. The two senior pilots have been grounded by Jet Airways since the incident.

DGCA clears that besides physically assaulting the woman commander, the pilot also left the cockpit unattended twice, which is in violation of the safety norms leading to the suspension of his license.

But according to Jet Airways spokesperson there was a "misunderstanding" between the cockpit crew and the same was "resolved amicably" and "quickly".

Finally ends well to all well, the flight with 324 guests including two infants and 14 crew members completed its journey and landed in Mumbai safely. – Window To News


 
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