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NTB seeks help from CAAN to collect pending charges from Air Asia X

by Pinkey Rai - 20 February 2019

Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) has requested Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) to provide assistance for the termination of Air Asia X operation certificate at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA). NTB is also seeking help from CAAN to collect pending service fees of over NRs 9 crores. A letter has been...

Aviation Nepal

NTB seeks help from CAAN to collect pending charges from Air Asia X

Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) has requested Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) to provide assistance for the termination of Air Asia X operation certificate at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA). NTB is also seeking help from CAAN to collect pending service fees of over NRs 9 crores. A letter has been sent to CAAN in accordance to the NTB Regulations and tourism service charge conditions. Malaysian...

Helicopter

Bell Jet Ranger X to conduct demonstration flight in the Himalayan Kingdom

-KATHMANDU Simrik Heli Trades, an Independent Local Agent of Bell Helicopter for Nepal will conduct Bell Jet Ranger X Experimental and Demonstration Flight for the helicopter operator for the first time in Nepal. The Experimental and Demonstration flight will be carried out at high altitude of Nepal to test the performance of the Bell Jet Ranger X series. The Bell 505 Jet Ranger X with registration...

NTB seeks help from CAAN to collect pending charges from Air Asia X

Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) has requested Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) to provide assistance for the termination of Air Asia X operation certificate at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA). NTB is also seeking help from CAAN to collect pending service fees of over NRs 9 crores. A letter has been sent to CAAN in accordance to the NTB Regulations and tourism service charge conditions. Malaysian...

CAA Nepal

CAAN delays its process of splitting into 2 entities; European Commission unsatisfied

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Lack of progress in making a law to split Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) as promised has made European Commission (EC) dissatisfied. International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) previously removed Nepali carrier from significant safety Concern (SSC) and CAAN had also submitted documents to EC with evidence about improvement made in Nepali air safety during a meeting in Brussels, Belgium. EC...

Airlines Corporation(NAC)

Bajhang Airport to be re-operated a decade after, following a successful test landing

-KATHMANDU The only airport in Bajhang district which had been closed for around a decade witnessed a test landing on October 10, 2018, of Nepal Airlines Chinese manufactured Harbin Y12e series aircraft. The airport was closed in the year (2065 B.S.) after road infrastructure became effective in Chainpur, Bajhang. According to the Official’s from the Nepalgunj Airport, Harbin Y-12e ‘9N-AKU’...

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...

Science

NAC’s Both Boeing 757 operation halted

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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

Innovation Is Changing The Face Of Flight

Innovation Is Changing The Face Of Flight The ever increasing number of flight passengers, and the need to balance that with climate change, is prompting huge innovation in the aircraft sector. In the UK, for example, the government have pledged US$326 million to green aircraft. The glut of global funding towards innovation has created interesting developments in the industry. For enthusiasts and...