Tara Air Plane Suffers Runway Excursion at Jumla Airport

Sunday, June 10, 2018
By George Hatcher

A Tara Air plane suffered a puncture of the nose wheels upon landing at Jumla Airport, Nepal, on June 9th.

The plane coming from Nepalgunj, Nepal, became uncontrollable due to the puncture, veered off the runway and hit a fence.

All eighteen passengers and three crew members remained uninjured.

The plane sustained substantial damage.

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