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New Delhi: India's aviation watchdog is investigating why a Jet Airways Ltd flight plunged almost 5,000 ft (1,520 m) over Turkish airspace last week, after some news reports said one pilot was asleep and the other was busy on a flight management device.
The aircraft, operated by India's second largest airline, dropped suddenly during a flight between Mumbai and Brussels last Friday.
According to The Times of India newspaper, the co-pilot was supposed to ensure the aircraft remained steady while the commander took a permitted rest.