Fishtail Air 9N-AKA B2 crashed; No Survivors

Fishtail Air 9N-AKA B2 crashed; No Survivors

Kathmandu, 08 August 2016

Update:

Latest Technical Report claims that the ill fated helicopter entered a turbulence inside two hills and lost the control of it losing significant amount of altitude, ultimately resulting the impact into the low altitude side of the mountain.

Update: It has been revised as seven onboard, according to the Home Ministry’s  spokesperson Yadav Prasad Koirala.

As per the report the helicopter likely hit high tension wire or edge of the hill.

Qries

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Update: The latest report confirmed no survivors and the aircraft has been completely damaged. Capt. Ranjan Limbu along with other passengers couldn’t survive from the fatal crash.

Fishtail Air 9N-AKA B3e- aviationnepal
Photo Credit: Bijay Lama / Hari Sapkota
9N-AKA Crashed site
Fishtail Air 9N-AKA B3e- aviationnepal
9N-AKA Crashed site
Fishtail Air 9N-AKA B3e- aviationnepal
Photo Credit: Bijay Lama / Hari Sapkota
9N-AKA Crashed site

Fishtail Air B3e 9N-AJQ has departed to mishap area to recover the priceless souls. 

Nepal aviation once again  has been taken by a storm after Fishtail Air helicopter B2 with 9N-AKA registration crashed at near to Madhanpur-9 , pakhure, Nuwakot district as per local people reported to police authority, which was gone missing at 16nm range from TIA.

Capt. Ranjan Limbu
Capt. Ranjan Limbu

Capt. Ranjan Limbu was the pilot in command and five onboard including one child. The flight was medical evacuation of a pregnant women enroute kathmandu from Gorkha.

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