Sky Vision Airlines, pilot dies in flight: emergency landing

Panic on board the scheduled flight. The news arrived in the last few hours. The first pilot, taken ill, died and the aircraft was forced to make an emergency landing. Last year was the safest in history for air travel. A report by the International Air Transport Association, published last February, explains how out of a total of 37 million flights there were 30 fatal and non-fatal accidents in total (while in 2022 there were 42), i.e. 0.8 per million of takeoffs (1.3 the previous year).

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The previous lowest figure ever was that of 2017 with 1.06. “2023 safety performance continues to demonstrate that flying is the safest mode of transportation. Aviation places the highest priority on safety and this is reflected in the 2023 performance, which also saw the lowest fatality risk and accident rate ever recorded.”

Sky Vision Airlines, pilot dies in flight: emergency landing

Willie Walsh, director general of IATA, had stated, later specifying that “a single fatal turboprop accident with 72 victims, however, it reminds us that we can never take safety for granted. And two high-profile accidents in the first month of 2024 demonstrate that, even though flying is among the safest activities, there is always room for improvement.”

Luckily this time too the tragedy was contained. Agenzia Nova broke the news: “A plane from the private Egyptian company Sky Vision Airlines which took off from Cairo, Egypt, and was headed to the Saudi city of Ta’if, was forced to make an emergency landing”.

“In the Saudi city of Jeddah due to the in-flight death of the pilot, Hassan Youssef Adas. The flight attendants announced what had happened and the co-pilot took the controls of the aircraft to make the emergency landing, as reported by the local newspaper “Al Shorouk”.

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