A devastating twist has emerged after a Sydney teacher was killed in what is said to be Nepal's deadliest plane crash since 1992.
Myron Love was one of 74 people flying on the 27-minute Yeti Airline flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara Airport on January 15.
In a GoFundMe page to raise money for those affected by the tragedy, it was revealed the 29-year-old was due to be reunited with his partner Annabelle just days after the deadly crash.
"Myron was about to embark on a hiking and trail adventure. He had spent the last few weeks cycling around Thailand with friends, attending a yoga retreat in Kathmandu, soon to be reunited with his soulmate, Annabelle, on January 20 in Muscat, Oman," the crowdfunding page said.
"This was meant to be the year they adventured across the world and lived overseas together."
The page described Mr Love as an "energetic teacher" who was loved by his colleagues and students.
"His greatest loves were his family and Annabelle, his salty dog friends, his lycra-clad cycling mates and his incredibly large circle of friends," it said.
"Myron will be remembered by those who knew him for his infectious energy, hilarious sense of humor, love of the ocean and surfing, arduous bike rides, costume dress-ups, his love for Annabelle and for never wasting a minute of the day. He truly was one of kind."
The page, which was set up just one day ago, has already raised more than $50,000.
The cause of the crash remains unknown, with clear weather reported, but the plane's black boxes have been located.
Since the tragedy, vision has emerged of the moments before the plane crashed, showing the aircraft turning to its side in the air and disappearing from view. The plane is reported to have been snapped in half, with one part falling into the gorge of the Seti river and the other on the hillside.
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