11:48:37 IST Nepal Plane Crash: Four of the five Indians were live on Facebook minutes before the crash Four of the five Indians, who were killed, were live on Facebook minutes before the aircraft crashed into a river gorge while landing in Nepal’s Pokhara. As per a 1:30 minute video doing rounds on social media, one of them can be heard saying ‘Mauj Kar Di’. The four people hailed from Uttar Pradesh’s Ghazipur district and were identified as…
POKHARA, Nepal (AP) — Nepal began a national day of mourning Monday, a day after a…
Nepal has had a fraught record of aviation accidents, partly due to its sudden weather changes and airstrips located in hard-to-access rocky terrains. Pokhara International Airport, which has been closed for at least a day, is also located in a difficult terrain which is making rescue operations an uphill task.
Indian passenger’s Facebook Live video captures Nepal plane crash
Rescue efforts are ongoing after the plane crash on Sunday
POKHARA, Nepal (AP) — Nepal began a national day of mourning Monday, a day after a plane crashed while attempting to land at a newly opened airport, killing at least 66 of the 72 people aboard.
Lucknow: The four passengers on the ill-fated Yeti Airlines plane that crashed in Pokhara in Nepal on Sunday were live on Facebook to share their
Eyewitness footage shows the final moment of an aircraft of domestic carrier Yeti Airlines as it crashed in Pokhara in Nepal.
68 Killed In Nepal Plane Crash As Aircraft Was Approaching Airport, Authorities Investigating
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Officials are investigating a close call at a New York airport Friday night between a plane that was crossing a runway as another was preparing for takeoff.
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LAS VEGAS (AP) — A small plane that was forced to make an emergency landing three months ago has been found at the bottom of Lake Mead near Boulder City, according to a newspaper. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that a local environmental consulting firm located the sunken aircraft last month using remotely operated vehicle and sonar technology.
The National Transportation Safety Board’s preliminary report said the plane nosed over and came to rest upside down on the lake bottom.
At least 68 people were confirmed dead yesterday after a plane with 72 on board crashed in Nepal, police said, in the Himalayan country’s worst aviation disaster in three decades.
Sharjah 24 – WAM: The United Arab Emirates has offered its condolences and expressed its solidarity with Nepal for the victims of the plane crash.
In a statement, the CMO said, ‘Chouhan was going to Dhar from Manwar. Due to some technical issues, the pilot had to land the chopper immediately’
The aircraft, operated by Nepal’s Yeti Airlines, was holding 68 passengers and four crew members, officials said
Nepal’s Sunday plane crash is among the country’s several aviation accidents and the list is long.
A witness to the crash said he saw the aircraft spinning violently in the air after it began to attempt a landing, watching from the terrace of his house.
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Seventy-two people — four crew members and 68 passengers — were on board the ATR-72 plane operated by Nepal’s Yeti Airlines when it crashed, Yeti Airlines spokesman Sudarshan Bartaula said.