‘No power in engines’: Pilot of Nepal plane informed before crash
The pilot of the crashed Yeti Airlines in Nepal said that there was no power in the engines just before the crash, according to the preliminary report
A preliminary investigation report in the Yeti Airlines plane crash that killed 71 people mentioned that the pilot had said that there was no power from the aircraft's engines before the crash. In one of the Nepal’s airplane crashes in past 30 years, the airplane crashed just before landing in the tourist city of Pokhra on 15 January, killing all 71 passengers including two infants and the crew. Rescuers recovered 71 bodies, with one unaccounted person presumed to be dead.