Manang Air's chopper parts send to Kathmandu
25th Jul, 2017 | Tourism Mail Crew
RASUWA , July 25: Parts of the Manang Air's helicopter that crashed landed in the Gosaikunda helipad on June 27 have been sent to the capital for repair works.
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According to Manang Air flight manager Rom Shrestha, the parts of damaged chopper were transported to Kathmandu by hanging them on the Shree Airline's MI helicopter in two rounds as their repair within from the field seemed impossible.
The chopper on June 10 crashed in course of landing after its trail rotor hit the ground. It was carrying six people at the time and all were unhurt.