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New Delhi, November 17: An Air India pilot died due to anxiety at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in the national capital New Delhi during a training session. Whose information was given by an officer. It is being told about the deceased that his name is Himanil Kumar and his age is 37 years.
The training session was organized at the Operations Department of Air India at Terminal 3 of Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi. Himanil Kumar started feeling uneasy during this training session. His colleagues came running to him to help him. Colleagues suspected that Himanil Kumar had suffered a heart attack. According to officials, a lot of efforts were made to make him regain consciousness. But when he did not regain consciousness, he was taken to the airport hospital, where he was declared dead.
Senior Commander Himanil Kumar was undergoing training in operating wide-body aircraft. Before this he had also trained in narrow-body aircraft. An official said a training was to begin on October 3. This training was done for the transition from operation of A320 aircraft to Boeing 777 aircraft. For which medical examination was also taken on 23rd August. Only after passing this medical examination, Senior Commander Himanil Kumar was considered fit for this training.
Expressing grief over the demise of Captain Himanil Kumar, an Air India spokesperson said that we are saddened by his demise. Captain Kumar was a senior commander. He had come as part of a routine procedure at our operations office at Terminal 3 of Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi. There he suddenly started feeling uneasy. Paramedics immediately helped him and he was taken to the airport hospital. The doctors in the hospital made all their efforts. But despite all this he died. He said Kumar was undergoing conversion training to operate wide-body aircraft. They were not on active flying duty. The Air India team stands with Captain Kumar’s family in this hour of grief.