Rescue operations are continuing after Sunday's deadly plane crash in central Nepal. Search-and-rescue workers on Monday recovered both the cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorder from the crash site.
The instruments could help authorities determine the cause of the accident.
At least 68 people have been confirmed dead and four are missing. The Yeti Airlines flight was carrying 72 passengers and crew from the capital, Kathmandu, to the resort city of Pokhara. The weather was clear when the plane went down shortly before 11 a.m.
The plane crashed some three kilometers from Pokhara airport.
The airline says 15 foreign nationals, including Indians, Russians and South Koreans, were on the passenger list.