New Delhi: Bodies of 11 Indians out of 13 killed in Nepal air crash have reached the country and arrangements were being made to bring in two other bodies.

"Of the 13 Indians involved in the tragic air crash in Nepal, the bodies of 11 have reached India. Two bodies have been identified by their relatives this morning and we are making arrangements for the return of those also," official spokesperson in Ministry of External Affairs Syed Akbaruddin told reporters here.

The Indians were among 15 persons who were killed when a small plane with 21 people on board crashed in northern Nepal on Monday after hitting a hill top while attempting to land at a high-altitude airport.

Six others, including three Indians and two Danish nationals, miraculously survived the crash of the Dornier 9N AIG aircraft belonging to the private carrier Agni Air.

(Agencies)

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