Kathmandu, March 15
Earlier, the commission was given 45 days to complete the investigation and submit its report to the government.
However, as the team could not complete its work, the deadline has been extended for 45 days. A cabinet meeting held on Tuesday evening made the decision, informed the government spokesperson Rekha Sharma.
The data recorders from the black box of the aircraft were sent to the Transport Safety Investigation Bureau in Singapore for analysis, according to the commission.
The Yeti Airlines crash near Pokhara’s new airport killed all 72 on board including four crew members.