GoAir Deboards Female Passenger at Patna Airport After She Suffers an Asthmatic Attack on Board
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Patna, January 7: Budget carrier GoAir on Sunday deboarded a female passenger from its flight (G8-586) to Mumbai after she was unable to breathe and was found to be gasping on her seat. According to reports, the incident took place minutes before the flight was to take off from the Jay Prakash Narayan International (JPNI) airport in Patna. According to a Hindustan Times report, the young girl, Swati Singh, was deboarded on medical grounds. The flight which was originally scheduled to leave from JPNI at 2 pm, was delayed by two hours. GoAir to Start Flight Services to Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Chennai From Kannur. 

The report informs that Singh is an MBBS final year student at the DY Patil Medical College in Mumbai. The airline crew informed that Singh reportedly suffered a bronchial asthmatic attack on board. According to a report by HT, a co-passenger said the girl developed shortness of breath with anxiety writ large on her face. ‘Her situation created a panic-like situation inside the aircraft’, the co-passenger said. 2 GoAir Planes Develop Technical Glitch Mid-Air, Forced to Return at Delhi Airport.

Reports inform that the incident took place when the doors of the aircraft were to be shut before take-off. As soon as the incident was reported, the pilots immediately alerted the air traffic control (ATC) of the JPNI airport and deboarded the girl. The authorities then rushed her to the medical inspection room inside the terminal building of the JPNI airport. The report informs that Dr Anshu Ankit of the Paras-HMRI hospital gave her the necessary drugs and stabilised her with inhalation through a nebuliser.