Officials said that Saturday, on Saturday, the local helicopter of the Altitude Air Airline disappeared with seven people on board in central Nepal.
In the Kathmandu Post Report, helicopter on the way from Samgun to Kathmandu of Gorkha district was out of touch at 8.05 am in the air traffic control tower.
Nima Nuru Sherpa, Managing Director of altitude Air Pvt Ltd said that there were six passengers, including Japanese tourists and five Nepalese.
The local media told about a possible accident in Dhuding district, 50 km away from Kathmandu.
However, the Nepal Civil Aviation Authority confirmed that missing helicopter was seen inside a dense forest in a place called Satyavathi.
Officials said that the accident site is located at an altitude of 5500 feet and efforts are being made to prevent the rescue operation, but obstructing adverse weather operations.
General Manager of Tribhuvan International Airport Rajkumar Chhetri said that the helicopter was going to land on 8.18 hrs in the capital.