Yati Airlines escapes ‘deadly’ accident


Pokhara: An aircraft of the Yeti Airlines today narrowly escaped a ‘deadly’ accident. The airplane with the AHU Call Sign, in course of landing at Pokhara Airport, left the runway all of a sudden following Hydraulic systems failure and moved towards the look area, according to airport security guard Sub Inspector of Police Rajesh Bhattarai.

The aircraft arrived here carrying 33 people including crew members from Kathmandu. It was handled by pilot Lok Chand and co-pilot Monika Prajapati. It moved out some 15 meters from the runway.