Aircraft carrying 18 people went missing in Nepal

aircraft missing in nepal
 KATHMANDU, February 16, Sandipan Sharma: A Nepal Airlines plane convey 15 travelers and three team make a go at absent on Sunday evening soon after take off from a prominent traveler resort, police and an air transport representative said.

“The Nepal Airlines plane with 14 travelers took off from Pokhara airstrip at 1.30 pm and vanished 15 minutes after the fact,” Nepal police agent Ganesh KC told AFP.

What added up to 18 individuals were ready for, 14 mature person travelers, in addition to one newborn child and three groups, a carrier representative said.

“One of the travelers is from Denmark,” agent Ram Hari Sharma told AFP. Whatever is left of those ready for from Nepal.

The state-run transporter was venturing out from Pokhara to the town of Jumla, 353 kilometers (220 miles) west of the capital Kathmandu, when air movement controllers lost contact with the pilot. The episode highlights wellbeing worries about the Himalayan country’s flying machine.

Nepal, which considers tourism a real giver to its economy, has endured various air crashes lately, which have normally been credited to unpracticed pilots, poor administration and support. A Chinese visitor and a nearby pilot were murdered when a ultra-light air ship collided with a slope in the traveler town of Pokhara last October. The European Union in December boycotted all the nation’s aerial shuttles, referring to their poor well-being record, and banned them from traveling to the EU.

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