New Delhi: Human error, aircraft system malfunction or pilot fatigue could be responsible for the plane crash in Nepal on Sunday morning. An expert investigating plane crashes said so. He also said the true cause of the crash would only be known after a detailed investigation into the incident. A “Yeti Airline” plane crashed in a river valley on Sunday morning while landing at the newly opened airport in the city of Pokhara in central Nepal. A total of 72 people including five Indians were on board this plane going from Kathmandu to Pokhara, of which at least 68 people died.
An expert investigating plane crashes told PTI that the alleged video of the crash, which has gone viral on social media, showed the front part of the plane heaving up and then flapping its wings to the left before crashing in the river valley. being seen.
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He said it’s clear from the video that the sky was clear at the time of the crash and the weather wasn’t bad. In such a situation, the real reason for the accident will only be revealed after a detailed investigation. The expert said on condition of anonymity that human error, aircraft system failure or pilot fatigue could be responsible for the plane crash.
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