May 30, Kathmandu: Tara Air’s 9N AET twin-engine aircraft flying from Pokhara to Jomsom which has been missing since Sunday has been found in the crash condition.
According to Nepal Army spokesperson Narayan Silwal, the aircraft was found crashed on a hill near the Langkhu River.
According to Silwal, the crash site is Sanosware, Thasang-2 in Mustang.
The bodies of 14 passengers have been found.
According to Locals, this is a place called Sanosware at the foot of Manapathi Himal, which was hit by an avalanche recently.‘The dead bodies are not in a burnt condition.”No one was found alive They added.
The plane was carrying 19 passengers with 3 crew members. According to Tara Air sources, there are 2 foreigners, 4 Indians, and 13 Nepalese passengers on board.
Security personnel has been deployed at the crash site.