The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) is about to implement a new set of rules to strengthen the countries aviation sector in the wake of Yeti Airlines crash. As a part of new regulations, all aircraft apart from short take-off and landing (STOL) aircraft will be required to follow the instrument flight rules (IFR) approach even during daylight hours. While speaking to the Himalayan, Gyanendra Bhul, information officer for the CAAN said: “We have decided to reduce operation hours for an aircraft to eight hours and eight landings a day. Once the aircraft passes through a designated altitude level
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