Missing chopper with 7 individuals on board crashes in Nepal


A household helicopter of Altitude Air aircraft with seven individuals on board disappeared in focal Nepal on Saturday, authorities said.

The chopper, in transit from Samagaun of Gorkha area to Kathmandu, left contact with the aviation authority tower at 8.05 am, the Kathmandu Post detailed.

There were six travelers including a Japanese vacationer and five Nepalis on board, said Nima Nuru Sherpa, Managing Director at Altitude Air Pvt Ltd.

Nearby media revealed about the conceivable crash in Dhading locale, 50 km far from Kathmandu.

In spite of the fact that the Nepal Civil Aviation Authority affirmed that the missing chopper was spotted inside a thick backwoods at a place called Satyawati.

Specialists included that the crash site lies at an elevation of 5500 feet and protect activity are being endeavored, yet the antagonistic climate is obstructing the task.

Tribhuvan International Airport General Manager Rajkumar Chhetri said that the helicopter guessed arrive in the capital at 8.18 am.