Published: Mon, September 24, 2018
Finance | By Jaime Brady

Pilots forget to pressurise cabin, causing passengers to bleed

Pilots forget to pressurise cabin, causing passengers to bleed

The passengers on the flight reportedly wore oxygen masks in response to the mishap which has brought up a discussion concerning air safety in India.

Preliminary information also revealed that the Boeing 737 aircraft had climbed upto 10,000 feet and was close to Surat when pilots chose to return to Mumbai after the incident on Thursday. The passengers are now being treated at the Mumbai airport. Around 30 passengers experienced nose and ear bleeds while, some even complained of headache.

Fares for domestic destinations are all set to come down further as two Full Service Carriers (FSC) - Jet Airways and Vistara - have recently made a decision to unbundle their meal services.

In the four-pager, Patel has accused the crew of Jet Airways of "dereliction of duty" and "poor crisis management" leading to the incident on September 20 on its Mumbai-Jaipur flight No. 9W-0697.

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"I saw many people having nose bleeds", passenger Joel D'Souza told CNN.

According to Dr. Rajendra Patankar, COO (Chief Operating Officer) of Nanavati Hospital, five patients were brought to the hospital's casualty department around 11 a.m. "The patients were brought in with bleeding and pain in the nose and ears", said Dr. Patankar. The patients underwent audiometry tests and other investigations. "They may have mild conductive deafness for some time and may have to restrict air travel for a few days." he added.

After the Boeing 737 aircraft landed, the affected passengers were taken to the airport terminal where doctors administered first aid.

"The airline is making alternative flight arrangements for guests on its flight", the statement added. "Jet Airways regrets the inconvenience caused to its guests".

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