Deccan Herald News now on Telegram - Click here to subscribe. On Friday, Air India Express aircraft carrying 190 people including 184 passengers and six crew members on board crash-landed at the Kozhikode airport. Police and paramedics responded to reports of the light plane crash, 120km north of Melbourne, at about 11:30am. The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) sent 150 personnel to Mangalore to help in the relief and rescue operations. Fly Ido.".  The airport manager at Mangalore, Peter Abraham confirmed that there were difficulties when trying to reach the plane. #9News pic.twitter.com/BRQ2ghuDtz. Heartbroken loved ones have expressed their sadness over pilot Ido Segev's death. All southbound lanes on the Hume Freeway have been closed at Avenel due to the incident. #BREAKING: A second aircraft has been found in Avenel, near Seymour. "The hazard of undershooting and overshooting, in particular, can lead to grave situations, as was the case in this accident," the report said. Channel 9 reporter Tony Jones, who was at the scene, said he could see one of the planes and the damage looked serious. Witnesses in a nearby chopper and locals who were in a paddock have spoken to police, with another witness saying she saw a plane “spiralling out of control”.  The confusion arose after fire fighters rescued a little girl who died on the way to hospital. They say it is too early to know if weather conditions were a factor. One plane, which took off from Mangalore Airport, had been flying for about three minutes and was gaining height when the collision happened. news.com.au — Australia’s leading news site, Three children die after car ‘set on fire’.  Karnataka Home Minister V. S. Acharya said eight people were initially reported to have survived, although one later died of his injuries—this was however refuted by an Air India spokesman who confirmed that all initial survivors were alive. Mangalore Airport does not have a traffic controller, and pilots are required to make radio broadcasts on their intention to fly near the airport. The Israeli national was a key aviation figure in Bendigo and a pilot examiner for Moorabbin Aviation Services, who also ran Bendigo Aviation Services for several decades. The Air India Express flight carrying 166 people, including the crew, from Dubai crashed while negotiating a tricky landing at Mangalore city's "table-top" airport overlooking a ravine. Both pilots had been aware of the wrong flight path since they are both heard saying "Flight is taking wrong path and wrong side", while the aircraft's instruments had given repeated warnings of this. Four people are dead after a mid-air collision between two planes at Mangalore, north of Melbourne. "Despite the constraints of terrain surrounding the tabletop runway, the rescue and fire fighting operations had been carried out with due diligence," the report dated October 31, 2010 said. ... A final report into the crash is expected next year. All times AEST (GMT +10). “We don’t have any explanation of what happened. To improve your experience, A former Qantas captain has been identified as the third of four people killed in a. Chris Gobel, 79, was teaching a 27-year-old woman inside a Piper Seminole aircraft when it collided with a Beechcraft Travel Air, just after taking off from Mangalore Airport at 11.22am.