Aircraft Crash Investigation Commission start work
KATHMANDU, Jan 16: The Aircraft Crash Accident Investigation Commission'' has started work to find out the truth about the plane crash of Yeti Airlines that took place in Pokhara on Sunday morning.
Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) spokesperson Jagannath Niraula informed that the Accident Investigation Commission has started its work from today. According to him, the "black box" of the plane was found this morning. The black box has been submitted to the commission. The black box is considered important in finding the cause of the plane crash. The black box contains 'flight radar record' and 'cockpit view record'.
The government had formed a five-member commission of inquiry to find out the truth about the accident of the Yeti Airlines plane that crashed on Sunday. Former secretary Nagendra Ghimire is the coordinator of the commission.
Besides, the members include aviation expert Deepak Prakash Bastola (retired captain) and Sunil Pradhan (retired captain) and air maintenance engineer Ekrajjung Thapa. Budhisagar Lamichhane, joint secretary of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, is the member secretary of the commission.
The commission has been constituted to identify the cause of the accident and give a report with recommendations to be adopted to prevent such accidents from happening again in the future. The commission has been given a period of 45 days.
The commission has been given the responsibility of identifying the cause of the accident and submitting a report with suggestions for actions to be taken to prevent such accidents from happening in the future. According to the Non-Military Air Flight Accident Investigation Regulations, 2071, the Accident Investigation Commission has been formed.