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Regular International Flights Resume After Five-Month-Long Suspension

Regular International Flights Resume After Five-Month-Long Suspension

Regular International Flights Resume After Five-Month-Long Suspension – Agency/Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – After a five-month-long suspension in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic induced lockdown, the international flights have resumed from today with certain security protocols. Earlier, the government had decided to allow international flights from some countries where the RT PCR testing was accessible. As allowed, regular flights would take …

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Govt Bans All flights Service Until Sept 16

Rescue Flights of The Fifth Phase Begin From Today

Govt Bans All flights Service Until Sept 16– Nepalayatimes Govt Bans All flights Service Until Sept 16 Kathmandu – Nepal Government has decided to extend the ongoing suspension on domestic as well as international flights until September 16. Government Spokesperson Dr. Yubaraj Khatiwada said that the government has also extended the suspension on inter-district transportation until September 1. Likewise, the …

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Dang airport to come into operation before Dashain

Nepalayatimes   Dang – Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Rabindra Adhikari has said that the Tarigaun airport in Dang district will come into operation before Dashain festival. Speaking in a programme organized by the Tulsipur Sub-Metropolitan City here Sunday, Minister Adhikari said that the flights would be resumed to and from Kathmandu to Tarigaun airport if possible. Otherwise, …

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Shree Airlines: United Nations Approved Vendors

Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – Shree Airlines Pvt. Ltd. first established private airlines in Nepal to operate chartered helicopter services in 1999. Originally named this Airline is Ananya, after the grand-daughter of the owner. Today Shree Airlines presents as the largest operator of Mi-17 helicopters in south-east Asia, with a fleet that also includes AS 350 B3e helicopters. Shree air is the …

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Yeti Airlines: Contributing Significantly Prosperity of Nepali Society

Yeti Airlines Provides Rs. 2 Million to Himalayan Sherpa Club

Nepalayatimes Kathmandu- Yeti Airlines began its first commercial flight in September 1998 with a single Canadian built DHC6-300 Twin Otter aircraft. Within a decade it became the largest domestic airline operator with a fleet of BAE Systems Jetstream-41, DHC6-300 Twin Otter, and the German-built Dornier Do 228 aircraft.   In 2009, its sister airline Tara Air was established to take …

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