The crashed in the Indian city of Kozhikode in the state of Kerala, a Boeing 737 aircraft landed in the rain, fell off a slope and broke in two. Indian Minister of Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri told about it.
“Flight AXB-1344, flying from Dubai to Kozhikode … in rainy weather, crossed the runway and fell from a slope of 35 feet (more than 10 meters), and then crashed in two,” he said in Twitter.
Investigators from the Airports Authority of India and the Bureau of Accident Investigation of Air India will arrive at the scene of the incident in Kerali at night, he said. An official investigation will be conducted.
The Boeing 737 of the Indian airline Air India Express made a hard landing on August 7 at the airport in the Indian city of Kozhikode. According to the latest data, as a result of the emergency, 17 people died, more than 120 people were injured. There were 190 people on board the aircraft, including 10 children. The plane carried out a flight to return to India citizens of the country who were stuck abroad.