Russian pilot killed in ultralight aircraft crash

Alexandr Maximov. Picture: Nepali Times—Pokhara: Russian pilot Alexandr Maximov was killed when a ultralight aircraft with call sign 9N-ALL crashed in touristy town Pokhara this morning.

According to Police Inspector Mohan Mani Adhikari, the aircraft met with an accident as it was pulling a hang glider by a rope to take to the sky, at Lauruk of Kaski. Maximov took last breath in Gandaki Medical College and the Canadian woman tourist Jilleni Volker was injured during the crash. She is being treated in that hospital.

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The aircraft was being operated by Avia Club Nepal and it was used to pull the hang glider. Hang gliding has been operating in Pokhara for few years. It is used for sightseeing and adventure ride.

According to witnesses, the aircraft plunged in the ground of Avia Club as the aircraft was being used to fly the hang glider. The accident happened few seconds after the take off of the aircraft. Maximov had been flying ultralight aircraft in Pokhara for 14 years and he is the senior and instructor pilot of Avia Club Nepal.

Published on: November 23, 2016 1:52 pm

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