“Investigating the Tragic Plane Crash at Pokhara Airport in Nepal: What Went Wrong?”

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Crash of a Nepalese passenger plane

On Sunday, a passenger plane with 72 seats crashed on the runway of Pokhara International Airport in Nepal. Let’s see more about the Nepalese passenger plane crash in detail.

The Yeti Plane Crash Explained:

The Yeti Airlines plane that crashed between the old airport and Pokhara International Airport was carrying a total of 68 passengers and four crew members, according to The Kathmandu Post.

The plane was flying from Kathmandu to Pokhara. The airport is currently closed and rescue operations are ongoing.

Initial reports indicated that the plane crashed while attempting to land in bad weather at Pokhara International Airport.

Rescue operations continue. The details of the incident are still being clarified.

Social media posts on various platforms revealed plumes of smoke rising from the disaster site.

Nepalese passenger plane crash: What happened?

At 10:33 am, 9N-ANC ATR-72, operated by Yeti Airlines, took off from Kathmandu, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN).

According to news sources, a passenger plane crashed on Sunday while arriving at the Pokhara airport. So far, 13 people have died in this crash, according to unconfirmed sources. The condition of the other passengers is unknown.

According to additional reports, the plane caught fire while landing on the runway. The plane crashed on the banks of the Seti River, midway between Pokhara’s old and new airports, while attempting to land.

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Watch video: Plane crash:

A Yeti Air plane flying from Kathmandu to Pokhara crashed near the airport. Video of the plane crash shows heavy smoke from the disaster site.

The 9N ANC ATR72 aircraft that crashed in Pokhara had four crew members under the command of Captain Kamal KC.

According to Sudarshan Bartaula, a representative of the company, efforts are being made to put out the fire caused by the plane crash in Pokhara.

Government officials say they have involved security personnel in rescue operations at the scene.

Plane crashes are common in Nepal. Not only domestic but even international flights have crashed killing hundreds of passengers.

Several major aviation accidents have also occurred in Nepal in recent years. In the last 30 years, there have been nearly 30 plane crashes in Nepal. Recently, the Tara Air crash that happened in May 2022 killed 22 people on board.


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