n investigation is beneath means following the dying of a passenger at Gatwick Airport on Wednesday.
EasyJet confirmed the dying in an announcement, including members of its cabin crew gave medical help to the unnamed passenger whereas ready for assist from paramedics.
The airline stated: “Quite a lot of our cabin crew offered medical help to a passenger at Gatwick Airport while ready for paramedics to reach, nonetheless the passenger sadly later handed away.
“Our ideas are with their household and associates at this tough time.”
A Gatwick Airport spokesperson stated the incident occurred whereas airport employees had been serving to to disembark three passengers with restricted mobility (PRM), including employees shortages performed no function within the incident.
The spokesperson stated: “It is a unhappy and tragic incident and our ideas stay with the household of the deceased.
Employees shortages weren’t an element on this incident as has been claimed
“A member of Wilson James employees was ready when the plane arrived and was within the means of disembarking the three PRM passengers when the incident occurred.
“Employees shortages weren’t an element on this incident as has been claimed. It’s regular for one employees member to disembark three passengers who require help by taking them separately the brief distance to the ready buggy.
“A proper investigation is presently beneath means and it will not be acceptable to remark additional.”