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Call centre established for info on Pokhara plane crash

2023 Jan 15, 17:49, Kathmandu
This image shows the building of Tribhuvan Interntional Airport in Kathmandu in September 2020. Photo courtesy: Novaturient

The government has set up a call center at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) to disseminate information about the crash of an ATR-72 plane belonging to Yeti Airlines in Pokhara of Kaski today.

According to TIA General Manager Premnath Thakur, the call center has been assisted by two contact numbers: 9801007531 (Pemba Sherpa) who represents Yeti Airlines, and 01-4113163 of the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal.

The facility is for the convenience of families and relatives of the crash victims to receive the related information and for those wishing to be updated about the post-crash developments.

The establishment of the center follows the decision of an emergency meeting of the Council of Ministers held this afternoon.


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