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UK Hotel Refuses to Rent Rooms to PIA’s Crews

Pakistan International Airlines
by Anurup Pathak - 24 September 2017

A hotel in the United Kingdom has refused to provide the rent rooms to the airline’s crew of National flag carrier of Pakistan, Pakistan International (PIA) Airlines. The hotel released the information that they had refused to provide the rent room to the airline’s crew as the female guests residing at...

Aviation Nepal

Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) declared NOTAM following PM’s US take off

TIA

Tribhuwan International Airport has been declared NOTAM analyzing PM Sher Bahadur Deuba’s departure for US visit today. According to the Mr. Prem Nath Thakur spokesperson from Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA)stated the airport authority has stated Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) for 30 minutes starting from NST (Nepali Standard Time) 4:35 PM to 5:05 PM due to VVIP flight of Honorable Prime Minister...

International News

UK Hotel Refuses to Rent Rooms to PIA’s Crews

Pakistan International Airlines

A hotel in the United Kingdom has refused to provide the rent rooms to the airline’s crew of National flag carrier of Pakistan, Pakistan International (PIA) Airlines. The hotel released the information that they had refused to provide the rent room to the airline’s crew as the female guests residing at the hotel were felt insecure in the presence of PIA’s male crew. It added that it had received...

UK Hotel Refuses to Rent Rooms to PIA’s Crews

Pakistan International Airlines

A hotel in the United Kingdom has refused to provide the rent rooms to the airline’s crew of National flag carrier of Pakistan, Pakistan International (PIA) Airlines. The hotel released the information that they had refused to provide the rent room to the airline’s crew as the female guests residing at the hotel were felt insecure in the presence of PIA’s male crew. It added that it had received...

CAA Nepal

CAAN grounds NAC’s Instructor Pilot and Co-Pilot for neglecting SOP

A Senior Instructor Pilot (IP) and Co-Pilot belonging to National Flag Carrier Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) has been taken off the roster by CAAN following the negligence of Standard Operating Procedure (SOP). Highly placed source at TIA revealed the information that the arrival international traffic at Kathmandu was Jet Airways operating its Boeing B738 aircraft inbound schedule flight for Kathmandu...

Facts

Emergency Evacuation-Occurrences Uncover Urgent Requirement for Travelers

Occurrences Uncover Urgent Requirement for Travelers to Ditch Luggage Three days, three flying machine clearings by means of crisis slides. Turkish Airlines 726 at Kathmandu, US Airways 445 at Denver, and now Delta 1086 at New York LaGuardia. The occasions themselves are imperceptibly unrealistic to have any connection — however the shared traits in traveler conduct in emptying these airplanes...

Aviation News

NAC aiming to support teaching methodology donates its scrap aircraft components to IOE

The national flag carrier Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) has aided Institute of Engineering (IOE), Pulchowk Campus with their scrap aircraft components. The Aerospace faculty at IOE Pulchowk, under the Department of Mechanical Engineering, will use the aircraft scrap components received from NAC to establish laboratory facilities. Nepal Airlines dispatched moreover 2000 aircraft scrap components...

Science

NAC’s Both Boeing 757 operation halted

NAC Boeing 757-aviationnepal.com

NAC’s Both Boeing 757 operation halted May 18, 2017-DOHA The Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) Boeing 757 with registration ‘9N-ACB’ also called Gandaki has remained grounded after it conducted flight to Doha last Wednesday. The aircraft has been grounded at Hamad International Airport (DOH) in Doha which has resulted huge amount of losses. According to the official from Doha Airport, the aircraft...

Blogs

Effects of A380’s wake turbulence

  The concern about the effects of the A380’s wake turbulence is rising with the reference to Emirates A380 vs Challenger 604 incident. The incident occurred when a Challenger 604 at FL340 was flying to Abu Dhabi from Male passed an Emirates A380 opposite direction at FL350 (one thousand feet above), about 630nm southeast of Muscat, Oman over the Arabia Sea. The wake turbulence from A380 sent...