Calicut plane crash: Mortal remains of late Captain DV Sathe brought to Air India building in Mumbai
Calicut plane crash: Mortal remains of late Captain DV Sathe brought to Air India building in Mumbai
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The mortal remains of Captain Deepak Sathe, who was pilot-in-command of the ill-fated Air India Express plane that crashed in Kerala, were brought here in a flight on Sunday afternoon.

The mortal remains were kept at the Air India facility near the Terminal 2 of the Chhatrapati Shivaji international airport for some time.

Sathe's wife Sushma and their son were present.

Pilots, crew of Air India and ground staff paid tributes to the late captain at the airport.

Pilots, crew of Air India and ground staff paid tributes to the late captain at the airport.
Pilots, crew of Air India and ground staff paid tributes to the late captain at the airport.
ANI
The mortal remains Captain Deepak Sathe were kept at the Air India facility near the Terminal 2 of the Chhatrapati Shivaji international airport for some time
The mortal remains Captain Deepak Sathe were kept at the Air India facility near the Terminal 2 of the Chhatrapati Shivaji international airport for some time
ANI

The flight from Dubai with 190 people on board, including a six-member crew, overshot the tabletop runway on Friday night while landing at the Kozhikode airport in heavy rain, fell into a valley 35 feet below and broke into two, killing 18 people, including both pilots.

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