The Nepalese army said it had located the crash site of a plane that went missing yesterday, carrying 22 people.
– Search and rescue teams have located the crash site – the plane’s spokesman Narayan Silwal on Twitter posted a picture of the wreck showing the number on the tail of the plane.
A private company plane carrying 22 people went missing in Nepal on Sunday.
The small plane was flying from the tourist town of Pohara, about 200km northwest of the capital Kathmandu, to Jomsom, about 80km northwest.
A day after a private plane in #Nepal – with 22, including four Indians on board – had gone missing, the crash site has been “physically located”, the Nepal Army said.#TaraAir #WorldNews #InstaWithHT #Nepal #ATCard pic.twitter.com/J3GFjf6Dyv
— ASD News (@MediaAsd) May 30, 2022
It flew for Tara Air, which is mostly flown by Twin Otter planes, made in Canada.
In Nepal, the country with the highest mountain in the world, with changing weather conditions and airfields in difficult mountain locations, plane crashes are common.