Buddha Air conducted a test flight on Simara Airport with ATR-72

Buddha Air conducted a test flight on Simara Airport with ATR-72-500 aircraft, with the permission of the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal. The Buddha Air flight with a team of 17 from Kathmandu has taken off and landed from both runway ie.19 and 01 of Simara Airport on Wednesday.

Since industrial corridors and short-distance flights to Kathmandu, the Simara Airport seems crowded for Indian visitors and other Nepali travelers.

Buddha Air has eight ATR-72s, three ATR-42s and two 1900 ‘D’ aircraft.

Buddha Air has made all arrangements for commercial flight. They have implemented the compulsory use of passenger temperature tests, hand sanitizer, face mask, and face shield. Buddha Air claimed that the Aircraft and luggage trolley will be disinfected after each flight.

Attractive discounts are also available when buying tickets from Buddha Air’s website www.buddhaair.com and mobile app.


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