to connectVideo5 things to say about the passenger airplanes that you probably didn’t know
Whether you’re a frequent flier, or have flown at a passenger aircraft once it is in your life, here are five things you need to know about the passenger planes.
An Aeroflot pilot who reportedly died from a heart attack while piloting a flight to Russia on Sunday morning. The other members of the crew have apparently kept an emergency landing to seek immediate medical treatment for the first officer, who was said to have passed away sometime during the season.
The 49-year-old Aeroflot captain was piloting the flight SU1546 from Moscow to Anapa, and when he was sick,” says the Airbus 320 to land early, Platov, International Airport in Rostov-on-Don”, the Daily Mirror reports.
Passenger, Yelena Voronova said that, a flight attendant announced, in the middle of the flight, which is a member of the cabin crew members was not feeling well and to ask if there are any medical professionals on board.
An Aeroflot pilot who reportedly died from a heart attack in the cockpit, while a flight to Russia on Sunday morning.
PLUS THE SHARES OF THE THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY, TRAVEL TIPS, CONFIRMS THAT TURKEY, THE STUFFING CAN BE STUFFED INTO HAND LUGGAGE
“As a flight attendant practically ran to the other side of the aisle. Later, asked whether there was a doctor on board, and told them they really needed to be. Then they asked him again,” Voronova said, per the Russian news outlet RT.
There was no one at the front, and the pilot allegedly struck by a heart attack, according to the Independent. The pilot is said to have died “on the ground” in the cockpit, the Mirror reports.
Flight SU1546 left Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport at 8:20 a.m. and was due to land in Anapa, at 10:40 am, but instead, it touched down in the Woman at 9:57 pm
“As a flight attendant practically ran to the other side of the aisle. Later, asked whether there was a doctor on board, and told them they really needed to be. Then she asked me again,” one passenger said.
PLEASE FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR FOX, LIFESTYLE, NEWS
“Unfortunately, it is not possible to resuscitate the pilot,” an Aeroflot spokesperson told the local media, as per the Mirror. The Anapa-bound flight was reportedly going to for a replacement driver.
According to one source, RT, in the death of a pilot, had recently complained of pain in the chest, before boarding the flight, but it was a success for a “routine medical check-up,” and “had not had a health that would have excluded him from the operation of the aircraft.”
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FOX NEWS APP
Although a spokesman for Aeroflot, Russia’s flag-carrier, was not immediately available for further comment, the Independent reports that an investigation has been started into the incident.