The Voice of Chandigarh News
Travel Agents Association of India (TAAI) expresses shock and concern over the Air India Express aircraft AXB1344 that crash-landed at Kozhikode Airport this evening of 7th August’20.
TAAI is connecting with the Chief Ministers office in Kerala to offer help. Our members have volunteered to assist all Government / Airline officials and help the injured passengers and assist the families of the deceased, stated Jyoti Mayal, President.
TAAI office bearers, its committee and members across the country pray that there are not many casualties. We also urge DGCA and MoCA to appropriately probe the accident. Safety of human life is utmost important and should not be compromised at any level.
Our members in Kerala and across the country shall be available to assist and can be connected for the assistance of any nature.
We are particularly saddened that all the passengers were returning on the Vande Bharat flight back to their homeland, India from Dubai, due to the pandemic, to relocate and connect back with their families.
We pray for the speedy recovery of the injured in this accident and convey our heartfelt condolences to the families of the passengers, crew/pilots who lost their lives.