Kathmandu: The Yeti Airlines has said it is shocked by the losses of lives in its ATR-72 plane crash in Pokhara on Sunday.
Issuing a notice today, the Company said its plane with the call sign 9N-ANC ATR-72-500 that had left Kathmandu for Pokhara on January 15 crashed on the Seti River gorge, causing the losses of valuable lives.
Extending tributes to all those killed in the accident, the civil aviation service provider expressed heartfelt condolences to the bereaved families. It wished for fortitude to the bereaved families, relatives, and friends of the victims in these hours of grief.
A total of 72 people: 68 passengers and four crew members were on board the ill-fated plane.