Kedarnath Heli service started, today DGCA and AAI Bureau team will visit the spot

The investigation into the helicopter crash in Kedarnath will begin from Wednesday. Seven including the pilot and six passengers were killed in this accident.
The team will go to the spot from Dehradun on Wednesday
The cause of the accident is yet to be ascertained. C Ravi Shankar, Additional Secretary, Civil Aviation Department and Chief Executive Officer of Uttarakhand Civil Aviation Development Authority (UCADA), said that the team of DGCA and Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau will go to the spot from Dehradun on Wednesday for investigation.
The heli service was stopped till the relief and rescue work was completed by the administration. Heli service has been restored as before from Wednesday.
Cause of accident will come out after inspection by DGCA;
Dehradun: Prima facie bad weather and clouds are believed to be the reason behind the helicopter crash in Kedarnath, but the exact reason for this will come to light only after the inspection of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) team.
Will talk to representatives of companies posted at Kedarnath helipad
Apart from talking to eyewitnesses, this team will also take information from representatives of heli companies posted at Kedarnath helipad. Also inspect the accident site.
Helicopters fly 55 to 60 times every day:
At present nine companies are operating heli services in Kedarnath. Six helicopters are allowed to fly here every hour. Helicopters fly 55 to 60 times every day in Kedarnath.

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