This has been reported in bbc.com dated 24 February 2016.
Tara Air has indicated that "the weather at both origin and destination airports was favorable" for the 20-minute flight. But, as per Nepal's army, fog had hampered the search for the aircraft.
Pokhara is a resort town located some 200-Km west of the capital Kathmandu while Jomsom is a short distance further north - it is the starting point for many people trekking in the Himalayas. Incidentally, Nepal has a limited road network and many of the areas are accessible only on foot or by air.
In 1949 the first aircraft had landed in Nepal and, since then, there have been more than 70 different crashes involving planes and helicopters, in which more than 700 people have been killed. Most of the accidents have been either due to bad weather, or inexperienced pilots or inadequate maintenance. In 2013, the European Union had banned all Nepalese airlines from flying to its territory for safety reasons.
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