A tactical helicopter participates in the quest for the destruction of the Tara Air flight. (CNN)The loss of a plane conveying 22 individuals in Nepal has featured the risks of air travel in a nation frequently alluded to as one of the world’s most dangerous spots to fly.

At the point when a Tara Air flight collided with a Himalayan mountain at a height of around 14,500 feet on Sunday it was Nepal’s nineteenth plane accident in 10 years and its tenth deadly one during a similar period, as per the Aviation Safety Network data set. While examiners are as yet sorting out precisely exact thing occurred – – the black box was recuperated on Tuesday, air terminal authorities told CNN specialists say conditions, for example, whimsical weather conditions, low perceivability and hilly geology all add to Nepal’s standing as a famously risky spot to fly.

On this event specifically, unfortunate weather conditions is remembered to have had an influence, Binod B.K., an authority from Nepal’s home service, told CNN. The weather conditions conjecture for Pokhara at that point, as indicated by Nepal’s Department of Hydrology and Meteorology, was “for the most part shady with brief thundershowers.”

The Tara Air plane took off Sunday morning from the city of Pokhara, in focal Nepal, and was most of the way into its brief trip to the famous traveler objective of Jomsom when it lost contact with air control, Nepal’s Civil Aviation Authority said.

Awful climate, unfortunate perceivability and a deficiency of light undeniably hampered the underlying hunt and salvage activity by the Nepali military, yet helicopters sent over the rocky landscape found garbage from the assumed accident site on Monday and the primary bodies were found. Photographs and video delivered by the military show garbage from the plane dispersed on the ground.

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