Deep condolences of the tragedic demise of the Air India Service Engineer Ravi Subramanian

Deep condolences of the tragedic demise of the Air India Service Engineer Ravi Subramanian

The sudden and unfortunate demise of the Air India superintendent service engineer let out waves of grief from everyone. It was on 16th December when the flight AI 619 sucked in the engineer giving him a spot death.

Ravi Subramanian the service engineer was on his usual routine of disconnecting the pushcarts from the flight before it starts on its runway, but it was unclear whether the engine started earlier to the clear off signal that has to be given by the maintenance engineer on the same runway.

According to the Mumbai police, zonal DCP ‘Virendra Mishra’ the investigations support it as an accidental death and the same was registered in the Sahara police station.

Air India CMD Ashwani Lohani, declared his deep condolences to his family for the horrific incident taken place and he also felt sorrow that they lost a family member. On behalf of the mishap he announced an ex-gratia of 5lakhs and a job for the family member in the Air India.

Joining the hands were the Indian Commercial Pilot Association (ICPA) which requested its members to contribute 5,000/- from each, to help the grief-stricken family of the engineer.

This association made around 800 pilots to participate in this friendly help. A real help for his family of old parents, his wife and one son. The funds raised on this behalf are to be handover to the family by the first week of New Year.

The pilots AG Sharma and Nikhil Bhagwan were in charge of the flight push-back process during which the tragedy happened. An immediate action of grounding the pilots from their services is taken place, until the investigation is completed.

A through inquiry in to the case by the Directorate- General of Civil- Aviation is still going on by taking the aircraft’s black box to Delhi for further investigations. For some more backup the Civil Aviation Minster Mahesh Sharma reported in parliament that a committee is set under Air India CMD for detailed inquiry of the shocking incident.

The sudden and unfortunate demise of the Air India superintendent service engineer let out waves of grief from everyone. It was on 16th December when the flight AI 619 sucked in the engineer giving him a spot death.

Ravi Subramanian the service engineer was on his usual routine of disconnecting the pushcarts from the flight before it starts on its runway, but it was unclear whether the engine started earlier to the clear off signal that has to be given by the maintenance engineer on the same runway.

According to the Mumbai police, zonal DCP ‘Virendra Mishra’ the investigations support it as an accidental death and the same was registered in the Sahara police station.

Air India CMD Ashwani Lohani, declared his deep condolences to his family for the horrific incident taken place and he also felt sorrow that they lost a family member. On behalf of the mishap he announced an ex-gratia of R5 lakh and a job for the family member in the Air India.

Joining the hands were the Indian Commercial Pilot Association (ICPA) which requested its members to contribute 5000/- from each, to help the grief-stricken family of the engineer.

This association made around 800 pilots to participate in this friendly help. A real help for his family of old parents, his wife and one son. The funds raised on this behalf are to be handover to the family by the first week of New Year.

The pilots AG Sharma and Nikhil Bhagwan were in charge of the flight push-back process during which the tragedy happened. An immediate action of grounding the pilots from their services is taken place, until the investigation is completed.

A through inquiry in to the case by the Directorate- General of Civil- Aviation is still going on by taking the aircraft’s black box to Delhi for further investigations. For some more backup the Civil Aviation Minster Mahesh Sharma reported in parliament that a committee is set under Air India CMD for detailed inquiry of the shocking incident.


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