Missing Tara Air’s 9 NAET twin-engine aircraft spotted, check details

New Delhi: The Tara Air’s 9 NAET twin-engine aircraft which went missing earlier today have been spotted. This was informed by Tribhuvan International Airport chief.

The missing aircraft was found at Kowang of Mustang. However, the status of the aircraft is yet to be ascertained, said Tribhuvan International Airport chief, as quoted by ANI.

Army spokesperson Narayan Silwal, while sharing the information given by the locals to the Nepal Army, said that the Tara Air plane crashed at the mouth of the Lamche river under the landslide of Manapathi Himal. Nepal Army is moving towards the site from the ground and air route.

The Tara Air’s 9 NAET twin-engine aircraft carrying 22 passengers including four Indians and three Japanese nationals lost contact with the airport authorities this morning.

The four Indians are said to be members of a family in Mumbai. They have been identified as Ashok Tripathy, Dhanush Tripathy, Ritika Tripathy and Bhairavi Tripathy. They, who are originally from Odisha’s Bhubaneswar, had gone to Nepal on a tour.

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