On Friday night at Delta Airlines, a ground service member who must remain nameless sadly perished after being “ingested” into an aircraft engine.
The accident occurred at 10:25 p.m. in San Antonio while Delta Flight 1111 was taxiing to a gate, according to the National Transportation Safety Board.
The NTSB has spoken with Delta, according to the organization. The process of acquiring information is now underway.
Delta Airlines partners with Unifi, the biggest supplier of aviation services in North America. In a statement, the business avoided responsibility.
According to their first inquiry, the event had nothing to do with Unifi’s operating operations, safety procedures, or rules. They won’t be giving any extra information out of respect for the deceased. They defer to the police and other authorities to provide further information as they continue to investigate this situation.
Delta Airlines also issued a statement expressing sympathy to the victim’s friends and family.
The airline expressed its heartbreak and sadness over the death of a member of the aviation community in San Antonio. During this trying time, their hearts and full support are with their family, friends, and loved ones.
Officials from the San Antonio airport expressed their sincere sorrow over the passing and said they are working with the authorities to conduct an investigation.
They issued a statement saying that their hearts go out to the family of the deceased, and they continue to concentrate on supporting their employees on the ground and assuring they are cared for during this time.
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