Nepal Airlines Harbin Y-12E copes with technical Glitch after landing at Pokhara Airport

Posted on by Anurup Pathak

National Flag Carrier, Nepal Airlines recently acquired factory made Chinese aircraft Harbin Y-12e ‘9N-AKT’ on its schedule flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara met a technical glitch on its engine after landing at Pokhara Airstrip.

As per the information from Pokhara Airport Officials, the aircraft engine parameters was encountered a high after landing on the airstrip which failed the aircraft to backtrack the runway and taxi which forced the Nepalese Army to push the aircraft for Taxi from the airstrip.

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Harbin Y-12 or Yunshuji-12 is a twin engine light multi role aircraft designed and developed by Harbin Aircraft Manufacturing Corporation (HAMC) of China. The Y-12E is an improved version which can accommodate 18 passengers in its cabin. It is powered by PT6A-135A engines. The Y-12 has been intended to take-off and land over undersized expanses. The plane has been designed to carry out passenger or cargo transportation, parachute jumping, geological exploration, and aerial photography and ocean reconnaissance tasks.

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