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Four passengers suffer nose bleeding on Muscat - Calicut AI Express plane


New Delhi, Feb 11 (PTI) : Four passengers suffered nose bleeding on an Air India Express flight from Muscat to Calicut Sunday due to pressurisation problem, according to the airline.

The incident happened soon after the plane, which had 185 passengers onboard, took off from Muscat airport.

In a statement, an Air India Express spokesperson said the plane returned to bay due to "aircraft pressurisation problem" and four passengers had nose bleeding.


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The four passengers were treated by the airport doctor and declared fit to travel. Few other passengers who had experienced discomfort and ear pain soon became alright after the aircraft landed back and they were inside the terminal building, the statement said.

The flight 'IX - 350' had 185 passengers, including 3 infants. It was a Boeing 737-8 aircraft.


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  • KBR/MALPE, udupi

    Wed, Feb 13 2019

    AIR INDIA EXPRESS SUCKS!!!TICKET PRIZE IS ALSO NOT FAVORABLE .DISCOMFORT FLIGHT..

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  • SAMAD, Mangalore

    Tue, Feb 12 2019

    Suggestion, don't book your seats at last row..If it is air india definitely you will get ear pains

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, Feb 11 2019

    Air India is the worst Airline in the World ...

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  • I wish I was there, Bahrain

    Mon, Feb 11 2019

    Hahaha, from Bahrain to Kuwait, Kuwait to Mangalore, they gave a Veg sandwich, and mango drink.
    If they send me free, hath jod tha ho, never again.


    Even pets want travel.

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  • Sandesh, Mangalore

    Mon, Feb 11 2019

    How the Flight Engr. Clearence certificate if there is a problem. Please ground all AirIndia flight till approved by concerned authority.

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  • Peacelover, India

    Mon, Feb 11 2019

    if there is any issue in any one of the aircraft, they need to fix it, not ground the entire fleet.

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  • Jovit, Belman/Dubai

    Mon, Feb 11 2019

    There is definitely a problem with the pressurisation settings of on Air India Express! My mother, who is an experienced flyer, was facing issues of breathlessness on a recent flight we did! She was given oxygen, but the point is - why is it only Air India Express that she experiences this issue???

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  • Rita, Germany

    Tue, Feb 12 2019

    @Jovit Belman ,Dubai,may be proper circulation of oxgen was not functioning,only extration ,but not in put.some part of maschine was not functioning.Pressure inside the cabin was too much .

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  • Evans C. Sumitra, New York, USA.

    Mon, Feb 11 2019

    Air India has always have problems for some reason or the other. I used to travel by Air India many times from New York to Mumbai but I did not have any issues but one or two times, flight was cancelled and I missed two important functions, which I missed. One was, I missed a funeral of my wife's sister. Since that time, I have stopped travelling by our national carrier, AIR INDIA.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, Feb 12 2019

    I was traveling from Mumbai to New York by AI via New Delhi.
    At New Delhi the new pilot reported drunk & all of us were put up in a 5 star hotel in New Delhi.
    I checked with the Hotel Manager & he told me such things happen at least 3 times a week.
    How can AI ever think of making money in these circumstances ...

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  • Antonio DSilva, Kuwait

    Tue, Feb 12 2019

    One of AI bigwigs probably owned the 5 stat hotel; nice way to ensure room occupancy by captains reporting drunk 3 times a week.

    AI lost it long long ago; taxpayers money well spent to keep the white elephant and all the rogue maharajas flying.

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