Spokesperson of the CAAN, Jagannath Niraula, said that a decision has been made to allow Shree Airlines to make flights only after a thorough checks of the engines.
Niraula said that the aircrafts of the Shree Airlines would make flights only after the security check from the technicians of the CAAN. “The planes of Shree Airlines would get permission to fly only after the CAAN’s technicians confirmed the security of the engines. The planes are grounded after the incident of Thursday,” Niraula added.
With the CAAN’s decision, no plane of the Shree Airlines would get permission to fly. However, Manager of Shree Airlines Anil Manandhar has argued that the passengers of the Shree Airlines suffered today citing delayed notice of the CAAN.
The airlines was scheduled to make 14 flights on Friday, and three of them have already been cancelled. A plane of Shree Airlines en route to Bhairahawa on Thursday was safely landed at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) after the sign of fire in its engine (rss).
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