Preliminary investigation report behind the Nepal’s Yeti airline crash has led the investigators to suspect human error behind the crash. According to the investigation, the aircraft lost thrust and fell after the propellers of both engines went into a feathered position The report put forward by the five-member probe committee states that it is rare for the propellers of both engines to come to a feathered position. “Human factor in the accident could not be disregarded. So, it is an issue of investigation,” said the member on condition of anonymity. “When both propellers were feathered, the investigation team observed that
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