Kathmandu. The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) is preparing to make two pilots mandatory in a single-engine helicopter.
Engineer Pradip Kumar Adhikari, Director General of the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal, informed that a five-member technical team has been formed to make it mandatory to have two pilots in a single-engine helicopter and submit a proposal within seven days.
He said that the arrangement of two pilots is being made in view of the accident due to the unconsciousness of the pilot and other health problems. At present, only two-engine helicopters require two-pilots in Nepal.
CAAN decides not to allow flights without clear weather
The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) has decided not to allow domestic flights unless the weather is clear. In order to reduce the risk of a plane crash after the Tara Air plane crash, CAAN has decided not to allow in-flight flights unless the weather conditions are favorable.
The CAAN had concluded that the twin-engine plane of Tara Air had crashed due to bad weather.
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