Training plane crashes in Madhya Pradesh, both pilots killed india news

Bhopal/Jabalpur : A Training The plane crashed in Balaghat district of Madhya Pradesh on Saturday afternoon, killing both pilot Mohit Thakur, captain of Himachal Pradesh and V Maheshwari, a trainee from Gujarat.
The aircraft, a Diamond DA-40, piloted by National Flying Training Institute ,NFTI), had taken off from Birsi airport in Maharashtra’s Gondia district, and crashed in the dense forest of Balaghat, about 40 km away.
cause of crash Still unknown. Video footage from the site near Bhakkutola village in Kirnapur area (500 km from Bhopal) showed villagers standing near charred bodies and smoldering debris.
The four-seater plane crashed around 3.20 pm, 15 minutes after taking off from the Birsi airstrip. The wreckage was found in a ditch 100 feet deep. Police and rescue workers found it difficult to reach the accident site, having to walk the last 7 km through hilly terrain and dense forests.
The SP of Maharashtra’s Gondia district, a medical team and Hawk Force personnel MP off to the crash site
This is the third plane crash in MP this year – on 6 January a training aircraft crashed into a temple, killing the pilot and injuring a trainee, and on 22 January a Mirage-2000 and a Sukhoi-30 crashed in the air. I bumped into Another crashed during a training exercise, killing one of the three pilots.
This is not the first accident involving NFTI. In 2017, a flight instructor and a trainee woman co-pilot were killed after their plane crashed into the Wainganga river bordering Maharashtra’s Gondia district and Madhya Pradesh’s Balaghat district. The victims include Delhi-based flight instructor Captain Rajan Gupta (35) and trainee Himani Kalyani (24). The plane had crashed after hitting a ropeway wire on the Wainganga River. The four-seater Diamond 42 or DA42-VI aircraft apparently clipped a ropeway cable used by a construction company. The plane had broken into three pieces and oil was visible in the river.

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