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Activist says assassination attempt after Jet Airways passengers fell ill. Drop of cabin air flow caused annoyance and inconvenience for the passenger. Mumbai: One and a half days after 30 Jet Airways flight participants, it bled through my ear and my nostrils, a Mumbai campaigner on Friday asked the cops to call the airlines for "attempted murder". On the four-page plane, Mr. Patel blamed Jet Airways crews for the "breach of duty" and "poor crises management" that resulted in the September 20 event on Flight Mumbai-Jaipur No.


"The flight had to make an evacuation flight after an hours high-altitude flight, and about 30 people were carrying bleeding (in their ear and nose), and the others were choking, which put the travellers in a position and deathbed," said Patel. It claimed that it was an "attempted murder" of all 166 aboard and that the carrier and its crews had to be accounted for under the applicable provisions of the Indian Penal Code.

At least 30 Jet Airways early Thursday night flight guests in an unparalleled evolution in India's air travel record were suffering from nosebleeds and ears bleeds due to low cab air pressures after the flight deck team allegedly neglected to turn on a vent button before takeoff. As a result, there was an unbalance in cab air pressures and breathing apparatus with a mask that most people used.

Aware of the event, the authorities ordered that the Director General of Civil Aeronautics submit a security auditing schedule for the whole aircraft sector within 30 working days, while Jet Airways provided the flight deck personnel until the investigation. Although the event was the first of its kind in the sky of India, there were some similar incidents with devastating results elsewhere in the empire.

Clarabelle Lansing, a flight stewardess, was murdered after she was thrown out of the plane.

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