Aviation News

September 25, 2011

Mount Everest Tour Plane Crashes in Nepal, Killing All 19 On Board

Buddha Air Beechcraft 1900D 9n-agh

A Buddha Air plane crashed in Nepal early Sunday killing all 19 people on board.

Buddha Air Beechcraft 1900D 9n-agh

Buddha Air Beechcraft 1900D (9N-AGH). (Photo by Kong Fu Wang, cc-by-sa-2.0)

The Beechcraft 1900D aircraft was on approach to Kathmandu in thick fog when it hit a house and broke apart. No one on the ground was injured.

On board the twin-engine prop plane were 16 foreign tourists, including two Americans, who had just gone on a sightseeing tour of Mount Everest and the nearby Himalayas.

Three crew members were also on the flight.



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  • Rsn

    NEPALI ko environment study garernu parthiyo. hera bichara haru ko befak ma jyan gayo dashain ko muckhma.

    -eye

  • Not sure it broke apart unless they have stuck it together – I flew on 9N AGH last week.