Additional two Let 410 to arrive by Next week (Goma Air)

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Additional two Let 410 to arrive by Next week (Goma Air)

February 18, 2017– Kathmandu

Goma Air, one of the progressive, reliable and and well established airline company serving the mid-western remote areas of the country like Surkhet, Nepalgunj, etc is in the final stage of on procurement of two Let 410 series aircraft, a twin-engine turboprop short-range transport aircraft, manufactured by the Czech aircraft manufacturer LET, mostly used for passenger transport in its existing fleet.

At this time, Goma Air has two Cessna Grand Caravan registered as 9N-AJT and 9N-AJU as well as two LET410 UVP-E20 registered as 9N-AKY and 9N-AKZ on its fleet. This new acquired LET-410 will be the third brand new aircraft to join the multi-engine fleet of Goma Air which is gaining a big leap in aviation service market share of Nepal aviation industry after the addition of previous two new LET 410 series of aircraft registered ‘9N-AKY’ and ‘9N-AKZ’ on 2015.

As per the officials of Goma Air, two aircraft has left from Chita, Russia this Moring and is scheduled to touch the runway of Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu in between 22-24 February, 2017. The paperwork of getting registration number has already been done it can be expected that there won’t be any delays for the aircraft to arrive Nepal and will also commence very first flight of this debuting company in Nepali aviation industry. The new registration for the additional LET-410 aircraft is ‘9N-AMG’ and ‘9N-AMH’.

After the addition of two Let-410 aircraft in its existing fleet, this will be the third brand new aircraft to join the multi-engine fleet of Goma Air which is gaining a big leap in aviation service market share of Nepal aviation industry after the addition of previous two new LET 410 series of aircraft registered ‘9N-AKY’ and ‘9N-AKZ’ on 2015.

The Let L-410 Turbo-let is a twin-engine short-range transport aircraft which can fly and land at 14,000 feet above sea level is designed for the operation in Himalayan countries like Nepal where airports have usually Short Takeoffs and Landings (STOL) runways and the aircraft is manufactured in Europe by the Czech aircraft manufacturer LET, mostly used for 18 passengers on board.

The carrier currently operates regular and charter services to airfields in remote and mountainous areas STOL destinations of West Nepal like Jumla, Simikot, Dolpa, Lukla, Bajura, Rukumkot, Bajhanga and Tanana from its Surkhet and Nepalgung hubs.

 

 

 

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