Pilot error has emerged as the likely cause of an Air India Express Boeing 737-800 crash on 22 May in southern India, say reports.
Investigators told an official court of inquiry today that the aircraft's pilot was on the wrong flight path and had ignored his co-pilot, who told him to execute a go-around, say the reports.
An official with the court of inquiry declined to comment on the reports when contacted.
In the incident, the aircraft crashed and burst into flames at Mangalore International Airport in the southern state of Karnataka after it overshot the runway while landing.
Only eight of the 160 passengers and crew members on board survived the crash. Both pilots died in the incident.