On March 12, 2018, US-Bangla Airlines flight 211 embarked from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka, Bangladesh on a scheduled flight to Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu, Nepal. Seventy-one were aboard, of whom there were fifty-one fatalities. During the flight, the captain appeared to be experiencing high level of stress. The Accident Investigation Commission determines that the probable cause of the accident was due to disorientation and a complete loss of situational awareness. The aircraft was offset to the proper approach path that led to maneuvers in a very dangerous and unsafe attitude to align with the runway. Landing was completed in a sheer desperation after sighting the runway, at very close proximity and very low altitude. There was no attempt made to carry out a go around, when a go around seemed possible until the last instant before touchdown on the runway. The plane overshot the runway by about 150 feet, nose-diving into the deserted field just beyond the airport fence. Nepali students from the University of Dhaka lit candles in memory of the victims four days after the crash.