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17-Minute Flight

The Yeti Airlines YT691 flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara took off at 10.33 am, Jan 15. 17 minutes later, it went down a gorge near Seti river.

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1-Hour Delay

The Yeti Airlines YT691 from Kathmandu to Pokhara was delayed by 1 hour.

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15-Year-Old Aircraft

Yeti Airlines was operating the ATR 72-500 aircraft, a short-haul plane, for more than 15 years.

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72 Ill-Fated People

The Yeti Airlines flight had 72 people on board: 68 passengers and 4 crew members.

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15 Foreign Nationals 

Out of the 68 passengers, 15 were foreigners. There were 5 Indian nationals on the flight.

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3 Pieces

The plane crashed into a gorge and broke into 3 pieces, posing a tough challenge to rescue ops.

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0 Survivors

So far, 68 bodies have been recovered and 4 are still missing. However, no one seems to have made it out alive. 

10 Seconds From Landing

The aircraft was 10 seconds from landing at the Pokhara airport when it went down the gorge. 

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2 Earlier Trips

The Yeti Airlines aircraft had had 2 Kathmandu-Pokhara-Kathmandu trips earlier that day.

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17 Air Crashes in 20 Years

The Yeti accident was the 17th air crash in Nepal in 20 years. Nepal has the world's worst flying record.

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