Mon, Feb 20, 2012
FO Lands Safely With 46 Pax Onboard
The captain of a Czech Airlines flight from Warsaw to Prague is
reported to have collapsed and died in mid-flight on Wednesday.
Reuters reports the co-pilot landed the aircraft in Prague.
The plane was described as an ATR turboprop (similar aircraft
pictured) with 46 passengers onboard. The airline released a
statement which reads, in part, "Safety of passengers was not
threatened. The landing was conducted without complications by the
second pilot. Unfortunately the life of the captain could not be
Czech Airlines is state-owned.
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