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Ageing of aircraft doesn’t play foul for air crash in Nepal JUNE 5, 2017-KATHMANDU  Aircraft age has been a major topic for debate and a question that often arises whenever an old aircraft meets an incident or an accident. An aircraft’s lifespan is generally measured not in years but are calculated...

Aviation industry of Nepal desperate for strict safety rules JUNE 5, 2017-KATHMANDU Last week, two air accidents took place within a span of three days...

Flying is the safest form of long distance travel and it’s getting safer May 16, 2017 Aviation has been proving to be the safest form of long distance...

Airbus A310 First ever fatal crash in the history that occurred in Nepal Thai Airways International Flight 311 was en route from Bangkok, Thailand’s...

What are the Biggest Challenges to be faced by aviation industry in future? May 10, 2017 Aviation has become the most reliable and safe mode of long distance...

The World’s Top Ten Airports 2017 May 10, 2017 Skytrax has revealed the world’s top ten airports of 2017. The Skytrax is a UK-based consultancy recognized...

Is an aircraft safe enough to fly even in a situation of an engine failure? May 9, 2017-KATHMANDU Normally a commercial airplane is designed to land in...

About EASA Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence (AML) May 3, 2017 EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) established on 2002 has reached 15 years of operation....

Importance of Windsocks in Aviation May 5, 2017 -What are Windsocks? A windsock is commonly called as wind cones. It consists of cloth tubes that are generally...

Number of global air passengers predicted to double the 2016’s 3.8 billion by 2035 May 2, 2017 According to IATA (International Air Transport Association)...