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Pilot's disorientation, lost awareness cited in Nepal crash


KATHMANDU, NEPAL: An investigation file says the pilot of a Bangladeshi airliner was once disoriented and had lost situational consciousness earlier than his plane crashed in Nepal closing 12 months, killed 51 other folks and injuring 20.


US-Bangla Airlines Flight BS211 from Dhaka crashed on its second landing strive at Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport on March 12, 2018.


The investigation file compiled via Nepalese officials and released Monday stated the possible cause of the crash was once the pilot's disorientation and incomplete lack of state of affairs consciousness.


The file also stated the pilot were released from the Bangladesh Air Force in 1993 due to despair and was once most effective allowed to fly civilian planes from 2002 after an in depth medical evaluation.


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