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    Passengers push a small plane on a runway in Nepal. Video goes viral!

    We often have many people putting vehicles on roads after they face some issues while driving it. Open something like this happens when the vehicle’s tires burst or whether their machinery stops working. Well, have you ever seen people pushing an entire plane just because of some defect in it? If not then you can see it right now in this article’s video which will totally leave you shocked. Well, commuters push vehicles on roads after they break down, but doing something like this for an entire plane is not imaginable right? However, believe it or not, a group of people did make this unimaginable fact true at an airport in Nepal and now the news is found everywhere legit hitting the headlines. Now, a video of the unbelievable moment was captured on the camera and is now taking social media by storm.

    This video from Nepal which was initially going viral on TikTok first is now occupying more social media platforms. Well, in the video you can clearly see a few passengers who were seen pushing a small plane on the runway with all their strength. Scores of people were seen standing on either side of the aircraft. The passengers in Nepal were trying their best to help it move on the runway as per the reports given. Also, according to the reports this incident happened after one of its tyres burst. 

    The incident was filmed at Bajura Airport in Kolti. It is where passengers pushed a lightweight Tara Air flight. The short video clip as soon as it was available online went viral even on Twitter. Here, one user from the country also said jokingly, “Probably only in Nepal”. As per one of the Nepali journalists, Sushil Bhattarai, the Twin Otter aircraft belonging to Tara Air with registration number 9NAEV was stranded in the middle of the runway. 

    The reason behind this was one of its tyres got bursted. As the aircraft was present in the middle of the runway, obstructing the way the passengers and security officials decided to help in the situation and were seen coming together to move the plane to resolve the crisis. Tara Air is a sister company of Yeti Airlines and their spokesperson told Online Khabar that the aircraft had landed at Bajura Airport from Simikot in Humla when unexpectedly this incident took place. 

    With no facilities to drag the plane to the other side, passengers decided to give a helping hand to the airport officials to move the plane from the taxiway so that flight operations could resume. Soon later another plane of the company from Nepalganj reached Bajura with tyres and engineers. Further as per the reports the spokesperson also added that after fitting the tyres, both the aircrafts landed at Nepalgunj without any issues.

    Swetha Sivakumar
    Swetha Sivakumar
    I am currently pursuing my B.E. in Computer Science and writing is my passion! I love travelling and exploring new places and if I'm not writing, you will find me spending my time reading articles online.

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