Nepal plane carrying 68 passengers crashes in Pokhara, rescue operations underway
The plane used to be flying from Nepal’s capital Kathmandu and crashed on the runway at Pokhara Worldwide Airport.
A flight carrying 68 passengers crashed in Pokhara a city in Nepal on Sunday. In accordance to The Kathmandu Put up, the Yeti plane comprised a total of 68 passengers and three crew participants. The plane used to be flying from Nepal’s capital Kathmandu and crashed on the runway at Pokhara Worldwide Airport. As per the reviews, the rescue operations are serene underway and the exchange of casualties is yet to be printed.
“A total of 68 passengers and 4 crew participants were on board the Yeti airways plane that crashed between the broken-down airport and the Pokhara Worldwide Airport,” acknowledged Sudarshan Bartaula, spokesperson of Yeti Airlines, in step with The Kathmandu Put up.