The paper said that "the deceased include Summit Air's co-pilot Sunil Dhungana and Assistant Sub-Inspector of Police Ram Bahadur Khadka, who was stationed in Lukla for airport security".
"We have received preliminary information that the plane taking off from the airport lost control and hit the chopper", Chief District Officer (CDO) of Solukhumbu Narendra Kumar Rai told Setopati. They are receiving treatment at Grande Hospital and are said to be out of danger, it said.
A small plane operated by local airline Summit Air went in the wrong direction during take-off and crashed into a parked helicopter, according to the Himalayan Times.
It is speculated that the captain could have allowed the co-pilot to take the reins as the flight was not carrying any passengers.
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The airport, which is also known by the name of its host town, Lukla, was shut down after the incident.
Tenzing-Hillary airport is often referred to as the world's most unsafe airport because of the short runway and hard approach. At one end of the runway is a mountain wall and the other end is a dramatic 2,000-foot plunge into the valley.
He added the police were tourist cops deployed to the area and that the dead and wounded were all Nepalese. But the impoverished country has a poor air safety record due to weak training and maintenance.
Last month, seven people, including the country's tourism minister were killed in a helicopter crash in eastern Nepal.