Video of Nepal plane crash 2023 has gone viral.
The video of the tragic plane crash in Nepal that claimed the lives of 68 passengers has gone viral on social media.
Investigations are being done to determine what caused the aircraft to crash at this time. Though it’s horrifying, footage shot from the ground appears to capture the final few seconds the plane was in the air before it crashed into a canyon.
The video shows the plane spiraling out of control before crashing into the field and bursting into flames. The sound of the crash and the screams of witnesses can be heard in the background. The footage is both shocking and heartbreaking, and serves as a sobering reminder of the fragility of life.
The incident has sent shockwaves through the aviation community and has led to calls for stricter safety measures to be put in place. The families of the victims have expressed their grief and condolences, and many have called for justice for their loved ones.
The crash is the deadliest in Nepal since 1992, and it has left the nation in mourning. The thoughts and prayers of people around the world go out to the victims and their families, and we hope that the investigation will lead to answers and prevent such tragedies from happening again in the future.
Nepal Plane Crash
At least 68 people were killed in a twin-engine plane crash on Sunday in western Pokhara, Nepal, according to the nation’s civil aviation authorities. The flight, which had 72 passengers on board, had departed from Kathmandu, the nation’s capital.
44 remains have already been taken from the crash scene, a spokesperson for the nation’s armed forces claimed.
The Aviation Safety Network database indicates that this is the deadliest disaster to have occurred in Nepal in the last 30 years since a Pakistan International Airlines Airbus A300 crashed into a hillside on its approach to Kathmandu in 1992, killing 167 people.
The domestic airline Yeti Airlines was the one flying the ATR 72 that went down on Sunday. Two minors, four crew members, and 15 foreigners are among the passengers, according to a spokesman of the airline.
According to officials at the airport where the plane departed, the aircraft was carrying 57 Nepalese, including two children, five Indians, four Russians, an Irishman, two South Koreans, an Australian, a Frenchman, and an Argentinean in addition to 57 Nepalese. On board the flight were four crew members.
Due to nightfall and inadequate lighting, searches were stopped on Sunday, according to an airport spokesperson for Nepal. On Monday, the search for the four missing passengers will pick back up.
One of the most well-traveled routes in the Himalayan nation is from Kathmandu to Pokhara, the second-largest city in Nepal, which is tucked away beneath the gorgeous Annapurna mountain range. Many visitors choose the quick flight over the lengthy six-hour drive on mountain roads.
According to Jagannath Niroula, spokesman for the Nepalese Civil Aviation Authority, the weather was clear on Sunday.
The aircraft made contact at 10:50 am (05:05 GMT), and then crashed, according to information from Seti Gorge airport.
Following the jet crash, Nepal’s Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal requested an emergency cabinet meeting, according to a government statement.
All scheduled flights for January 16 have been canceled, according to Yeti Airlines, following the crash.
Air tragedies around the Nepal
In Nepal, which is home to eight of the fourteen highest mountains in the world, including Everest, air crashes are prevalent. The nation is also plagued by abrupt changes to the weather.
In Nepal, which is home to eight of the world’s fourteen tallest mountains, including Everest, and where rapid changes in weather can lead to hazardous situations, at least 309 individuals have perished in aircraft or helicopter crashes since 2000.
Since 2013, Nepalese planes have been prohibited from using EU airspace due to safety reasons.
51 persons were killed in a plane disaster that occurred in March 2018 in Kathmandu.
Nepal Plane Crash Model
Airbus and Leonardo of Italy formed a joint venture to produce the popular twin-engine turboprop ATR72 from European aircraft manufacturer ATR. According to the airline’s website, its fleet consists of six ATR72-500 aircraft.
When the firm learned of the tragedy, its first thoughts were with those affected, it added on Twitter, adding that “ATR experts are fully committed to helping both the investigation and the customer.”
FlightRadar24, a service that tracks flights, said on Twitter that the Yeti Airlines plane was 15 years old and had an outdated transponder with inaccurate data.
Yeti describes itself as a top domestic operator on its website. The corporation also owns Tara Air, and the two together, it claims, provide Nepal with the “widest network.”
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