Nepal Airlines set to resume flights to Mumbai and Bangalore
Nepal Airlines, the national flag carrier airline, is ready to resume flights to Mumbai and Bangalore, India, after a 20-month hiatus.
According to the corporation, flights to both destinations will be resumed after being suspended owing to the corona virus epidemic.
The company is ready to resume flights to Mumbai and Bangalore that were canceled because to the outbreak, according to Yuvraj Adhikari, the corporation’s executive chairman.
“If there is no further problems caused by the corona, the trip will begin on December 14. “The corporation is making appropriate preparations,” he stated.
Additionally, there will be daily flights to India’s New Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore.
Expansion of flights to Dubai
According to the air bubble agreement, Nepal Airlines, which was initially operating two flights a year and currently one flight a day, is now preparing to operate two flights a day, according to the airline.
Nepal Airlines began flying to Bangalore, India from March 21, 2020.
According to the corporation’s chairman, Nepal Airlines will begin flights to Mumbai on Friday and Monday, December 17. Similarly, from December 18, flights to Bangalore will operate on Saturdays and Tuesdays.