AirAsia Staff Dies Onboard Flight From KL to Bandung
A 46-year-old AirAsia staff passed on while on obligation amid a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Bandung, Indonesia on Wednesday (Jan 24).
Flight AK416 was occupied to Johor’s Senai International Airport due to a “therapeutic crisis”, the spending aircraft affirmed in a report by the New Straits Times (NST). The staff was given quick restorative treatment after landing, said the organization, however was later articulated dead by a specialist on the ground.
“The AirAsia family is disheartened by the loss of our staff. We wish to stretch out our most profound sympathies to the family,” the organization was refered to as saying in the NST report.
AirAsia said flight AK416 later departed from Senai at 9am and arrived at the Husein Sastranegara International Airport, Indonesia at 10.11am.
The company said the safety of its guests is our utmost priority and it will continue to provide as much assistance as possible in these circumstances. Meanwhile, Kulai district police chief Superintendent Dzulkhairi Mukhtar, when contacted, said AirAsia has lodged a police report on the incident.
He said the deceased was an Indonesian man, aged 46. Details on the man’s designation within the company was unavailable at press time. The case has been classified as sudden death.
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The organization included that it will give all the vital help to the family amid this troublesome period. AirAsia said flight AK416 consequently left Senai at 9am and touched base at Bandung’s Husein Sastranegara International Airport at around 10am.
Kulai district police chief Superintendent Dzulkhairi Mukhtar told NST that AirAsia has lodged a police report on the incident. According to Supt Dzulkhairi, the deceased was a 46-year-old Indonesian man. The case has been classified as sudden death, said the report.