Kathmandu: The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) claimed that there was no technical problem in ATR aircraft of Yeti Airlines that had crashed in Seti gorge in Pokhara on Sunday.
The CAAN issuing a statement on Monday claimed that the ATR aircraft has been technically tested and no technical problems were found.
It further stated that the aircraft has been undergoing regular inspection in accordance with the standards of the International Civil Aviation Organization and the standards of the aircraft manufacturer.
Meanwhile the Hotel Association of Pokhara has called upon all the concerned stakeholders to ensure the air safety and reliability to avert any negative impact of this aircraft disaster.
Speaking during the parliamentary session on Thursday, the Minister of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Sudan Kiranti also informed that the government was serious about the Yeti airlines Plane disaster.
He also said that strict instructions have been given to concerned agencies to prevent such incidents in future.
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