Air India Express Flight 812

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Air India Express Flight 812
Air India Express Boeing 737-800 SDS-1.jpg
VT-AXV, the aircraft involved in the accident in 2010.
Accident
Date22 May 2010
SummaryRunway overrun due to pilot error.
SiteBeyond runway 24 at Mangalore International Airport
12°56′48″N 074°52′25″E / 12.94667°N 74.87361°E / 12.94667; 74.87361Coordinates: 12°56′48″N 074°52′25″E / 12.94667°N 74.87361°E / 12.94667; 74.87361
Aircraft
Aircraft typeBoeing 737-8HG(SFP)
Aircraft nameVictoria Memorial
OperatorAir India Express
IATA flight No.IX812
ICAO flight No.AXB812
Call signEXPRESS INDIA 812
RegistrationVT-AXV
Flight originDubai International Airport, United Arab Emirates
DestinationMangalore International Airport, India
Occupants166
Passengers160[1]
Crew6
Fatalities158
Injuries8
Survivors8
Air India Express Flight 812 is located in India
Air India Express Flight 812
Location of the accident shown within India.
The crash site

Air India Express Flight IX-812 was a passenger flight of Air India from Dubai International Airport that crashed on 22 May 2010 at Mangalore International Airport. The time of the crash was UTC+5:30 local time. The airplane went beyond the area of the runway and crashed. The accident killed about 160 people.

Plane Type[change | change source]

The aircraft was a Boeing 737-800. The first flight was on 20 December 2007.

References[change | change source]

  1. "List of passengers on Air India Express flight". The Hindu. 22 May 2010. Archived from the original on 15 February 2012. Retrieved 22 May 2010.