Training aircraft crash lands in Maharashtra, 2 suffer minor injuries : India, News
A coaching plane with the Bombay Flying Membership crash landed in a farm in Datarshi village of Sakri Taluk in Dhule district, Maharashtra.
In accordance with police, the pilot and a co passenger suffered minor accidents. The spot the place the plane crash landed is 15 kilometres from Sakri Taluka.
In accordance with Bombay Flying Membership, the coach plane was commanded by Captain J P Sharma who was the teacher and a trainee named Pritam was onboard. It was on its approach again to Dhule when the airplane was pressured to land fifty kilometres in need of its vacation spot.
The airplane had left Dhule for Surat within the afternoon. The pressured touchdown was performed in accordance with correct process and the pilot was continuously in contact with the air site visitors controller.
In accordance with Captain Mihir Bhagwati from Bombay Flying Membership, each Captain Sharma and Pritam have been secure and have been rushed to Sakri Taluka for remedy. The explanation why the airplane was made to land forcibly is but to be ascertained.