Kathmandu plane crash: ATC's rush to scapegoat pilot appalling, seems like a deliberate attempt to deflect blame
It is appalling that the Air Traffic Control (ATC) at Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport could so cavalierly discuss the pilot’s alleged refusal to obey orders and indict the flight deck minutes into the accident.
US-Bangla Airlines crash: Did communication gap bring down aircraft? Pilot-ATC confusion must be probed
The crash of the US-Bangla Airlines flight BS211, that killed 49 people on Monday near Tribhuvan International Airport in Nepal's capital city Kathmandu, raises questions that must be scrutinised and studied by the established investigation committee
"I say again, turn!" the air traffic controller called over the radio, as the flight from Bangladesh swerved low over the runway at Kathmandu's airport.
Pilot ignored Kathmandu ATC's orders; survivors onboard Nepal plane say crash sounded like 'bomb went off'
Witnesses and survivors recounted horrific details of the Kathmandu plane crash which killed at least 49 people near Kathmandu airport.
US offered its sincere condolences to the families and loved ones of the victims who were killed in a plane crash at the Tribhuvan International Airport.
Horrifying details from Nepal's Kathmandu airport crash emerge: 'Pilot didn't obey ATC, landed at wrong time'
The pilot of the US-Bangla Airlines plane that crashed at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Nepal on Monday did not obey orders from the air traffic control (ATC), the airport authority said. As many as 49 of the 71 people on board died, according to latest reports.
Kathmandu plane crash: Lack of investigative expertise and follow up leaves passengers on a wing and prayer
According to a list released by sleepingairports.net, Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport is among the world's worst airports — but that list was put out not long after the devastating earthquake which battered Nepal.
A Bangladesh airline passenger aircraft crashed while descending at Nepal’s Kathmandu airport on Monday, an airport official said.
At least 38 passengers were killed and 17 injured when a Bangladeshi plane with 67 passengers and four crew on board crashed at Kathmandu airport.