New Delhi: The investigators on Tuesday retrieved the flight data recorder from the wreckage of US-Bangla Airlines flight which crashlanded at Kathmandu Airport resulting in the death of 49 people including crew members, said officials. This was reported by Reuters.
The report said that airline and airport authorities have started blaming each other for the tragedy. The plane crash on Monday was worst in Nepal since the 1992 crash of a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) aircraft, in which 167 people lost their lives.
In a tragic incident, a US-Bangla airline crash-landed and caught fire at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Nepal's Kathmandu on Monday, reports ANI.
As many as 71 passengers were on board when the flight coming from Dhaka to Kathmandu crash landed. According to ANI report, at least 49 people have lost their lives in the tragic accident.