An Egyptian plane made an emergency landing in Jeddah after its pilot died during flight Mix

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EgyptAn Egyptian plane made an emergency landing at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah after its pilot died during flight, which required changing the course of the flight that was heading to Taif in Saudi Arabia, according to local press reports yesterday, Sunday.

Activists shared video clips on digital platforms documenting the plane’s assistant pilot’s announcement over loudspeakers of the sudden death of Commander Hassan Adass.

The assistant said in the clip, which received 5 million views on TikTok, “We apologize to you for changing the flight path to King Abdulaziz Airport in Jeddah, due to the death of my brother and friend, the pilot of the plane, Captain Hassan.”

The assistant concluded with a Qur’anic verse: “And no soul knows what it will earn tomorrow, and no soul knows in what land it will die. Indeed, God is All-Knowing, All-Aware.”

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The clip’s cameraman pointed out that the announcement came over the city of Yanbu, Saudi Arabia, and commented, “All the passengers on the plane felt afraid, and the employees were crying in a moment of terror,” describing the landing as “strong and frightening.”

The Egyptian Pilots Association mourned pilot Hassan Adass, pilot of the A320 aircraft, noting that he died as a result of a sudden health crisis during the flight.

The association added, in a post on its Facebook page, “The second pilot made an emergency landing at Jeddah Airport safely.”

It is noteworthy that Hassan Adass was a pilot of the A320 aircraft on the Egyptian Sky Vision Airlines, and he suffered a health crisis while operating Nesma Airlines flight No. NE 130, which departed from Cairo, according to local newspapers.

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