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paul mcallister 15 Jan 23, 12:30Post
What looks like an ATR-72 aircraft has crashed near Pokhara with all on board feared dead.

More here from BBC News....https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-64280480

Aircraft involved was an ATR72-500 9N-ANC
DXing 16 Jan 23, 01:23Post
That nose is way too high. The stick shaker must have been going wild. Doesn't sound like power was added until the left wind had already started to drop, which is too late at that altitude. Still think they will find it was a CG problem in the end.
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ShyFlyer (Founding Member) 17 Jan 23, 00:45Post
My first thought was stall when I saw the video, but with the angle it was shot at/from, I can't be certain.
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GQfluffy (Database Editor & Founding Member) 17 Jan 23, 01:23Post
Have any of you seen the video from inside the aircraft? {bugeye}
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paul mcallister 17 Jan 23, 14:12Post
No, that must be a bit mad.
Looks like a stall perhaps, too slow and nose high, once that wing started to drop, they had no chance at that height.
DXing 17 Jan 23, 16:09Post
GQfluffy wrote:Have any of you seen the video from inside the aircraft? {bugeye}


I think they are still trying to figure out how he was able to live stream from inside the aircraft.
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halls120 (Plank Owner) 18 Jan 23, 22:47Post
I am so glad my son no longer lives and works in Kathmandu.
At home in the PNW and loving it
darrenvox 22 Jan 23, 19:37Post
so sad, it really is
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