They have lost contact with a plane carrying 22 people in Nepal

Nepalese authorities lost contact with a plane this Sunday 22 people traveled While the device was flying in the western part of the country, official sources informed Efe.

The Twin Otter, owned by Nepalese airline Tara Air, was flying from the central city of Pokhara to Jomsom Airport in the Mustang district. When officers lost contact At around 9:55 GMT, Sudarson Badtaula, a spokesman for Tara Air’s parent company Yeti Airlines, told Efe.

According to the source, the 9N-AET plane was flying Thirteen Nepalis, four Indians, two Germans and three personnel.

An air traffic controller at Jomsom Airport, anonymous, told Efe that he was investigating a complaint about a loud noise in the Gaza Strip, while authorities sent a helicopter to the area where they lost contact.

The worst plane crash in Nepal in recent years occurred in March 2018. A US-Bangla-Bangladesh flight from Dhaka crashed while landing at Kathmandu International Airport with 67 passengers and 4 crew on board.

Sinner 51 deaths and twenty survivorsWorst plane crash in Nepal since 1992.

In July of that year, 113 people were killed when a Thai Airways Airbus A310-300 crashed in the Himalayas while landing at Kathmandu Airport.

Two months later, another plane crashed near the Kathmandu airport of Pakistan Airlines, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), killing 167 people, 30 of them Spanish.

Nepal has been repeatedly subjected to international sanctions due to frequent plane crashes and lack of restrictions.

The European Union (EU) has banned Nepalese airlines from entering its territory since 2013.

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