Missing Nepal plane found in Mustang, status yet to be ascertained: Report | World News

The small plane of a neighborhood airline with 22 individuals on board, together with 4 Indians, that went lacking earlier in the day was found at Kowang in Mustang. 

The chief of the Tribhuvan International Airport stated the status of the plane was yet to be ascertained.

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The Twin Otter 9N-AET plane belonging to Nepal’s Tara Air took off at 10.15am from Pokhara, and lost contact with the management tower quarter-hour later, in accordance to an airline spokesperson.

A spokesperson of the Nepal Army, Narayan Silwal, stated the plane crashed on the mouth of the Lamche river beneath the landslide of Manapathi Himal. This, he stated was in accordance to data shared by locals with the Nepal Army. “The Nepal Army is moving towards the site from the ground and air route,” Silwal was quoted as saying by ANI

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An earlier PTI report, citing My Republica newspaper, stated a military helicopter of Nepal carrying 10 troopers and two staff of the civil aviation authority had landed on the financial institution of a river close to the Narshang Monastery, the attainable web site of the crash.

The airline issued an inventory of passengers, 4 of whom have been recognized as Indians, in addition to two Germans and 13 Nepali passengers and a three-member Nepali crew.

The plane was scheduled to land at Jomsom Airport in the western mountainous area at 10:15am. It lost contact with the tower from the sky above Ghorepani on the Pokhara-Jomsom air route, officers stated. 

(With inputs from businesses)

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