Stories Tagged 'Us-bangla crash'
The 43-page report submitted to Tourism Minister Rabindra Adhikari on Sunday recommended that before the renewal of licence of any permanently grounded pilot due to a medical reason, a thorough periodic physical and psychological status should be assessed.full story »
According to details of the official investigation led by the Nepal government, a copy of which was obtained exclusively by the Post, Captain Abid Sultan was going through tremendous personal mental stress and anxiety, and a series of erroneous decisions on his part led to the crash of the Flight BS211.full story »
The bodies of 23 Bangladeshis who died in the US-Bangla aircraft crash were flown back home in a special flight on Monday.full story »
Families of the victims of US-Bangla Airline Flight 211, which crashed while trying to land at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) on Monday, are unlikely to receive a reasonable amount of compensation due to delays by Nepal and Bangladesh in signing the Montreal Convention 1999.full story »
Visiting Minister for Civil Aviation and Tourism of Bangladesh A.K.M Shahjahan Kamal on Wednesday held a meeting with Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa to discuss the US-Bangla aircraft crash.full story »
Keshav Pandey, one of the survivors of Monday’s US-Bangla plane crash at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu, said that he was fortunate to get a new lease of life.full story »
Four injured persons, who were rescued and later admitted to the Dhapasi-based Grande International Hospital following the US-Bangla aircraft crash, are said to be out of danger.full story »