Summit Air (previously Goma Air), one of the relentless airline company of Nepal received one additional Let-410 aircraft today (October 10, 2017) by 01:10 P.M. Let-410 is a twin-engine turboprop short range transport aircraft and is manufactured by the Czech aircraft manufacturer LET.
According to Shiv Ram Thapa, Kathmandu Airport Station Manager for Summit Air, the aircraft took off from Algeria, North Africa on October 6, 2017 via various transit and touched the runway of Tribhuvan International Airport at 01:10 PM (Local Time). Mr. Thapa also reported that the arrived LET-410 is a maintained conditioned aircraft.
The aircraft landed at TIA was under the command of Foreign Captains from South Africa with Polar White Livery. The aircraft has not been yet allocated with Nepalese Registration number.
Let-410 is a twin-engine turboprop short range transport (mostly passenger transport) aircraft manufactured by the Czech aircraft manufacturer LET. The landing of one Let -410 today increased Summit Air’s fleet number to six. Now the company is proud owner of four Let-410 UVP-E20 and two Cessna Grand Caravan aircraft.
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