A de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter operated by Nepal Airlines crashed at around 1 p.m. local time on February 16 on a domestic flight from Pokhara to Jumla. All 18 people on board were killed. The Twin Otter departed Pokhara at 12:43 p.m. and was scheduled to arrive in Jumla an hour later. A search that began after the aircraft was declared overdue found the wreckage the next morning at the 7,000-foot terrain level.
Fifteen of the 21 people aboard an Agni-Air Dornier 228 died when the 19-seat turboprop twin struck the side of a mountain near Nepal’s Jomsom Airport (VNJS) in the Himalayas on May 14.
de Havilland DHC-6 Twin Otter, Surkhet, Nepal, July 17, 2002–All four (including two crewmembers) aboard the Skyline Airways Twin Otter (9N-AGF) were killed when it crashed on approach to Surkhet Airport (SKH) at approximately 1422 local time. The aircraft had departed from Jumla Airport (JUM) at 1404 for the 60-mi, 25-min flight.