Buddha Air, the leading air service provider in the private sector, will be adding one additional flight from Kathmandu to Janakpur starting June 1, 2019.
Currently, the airline has been providing air services in this route with its ATR-72 aircraft.
Starting June, it will conduct three daily flights in the KTM-JKR sector. The duration of flight is 30 minutes. The flights are operated in Tribhuvan International Airport and Janakpur Airport.
Janakpur Airport is the sole domestic airport in Janakpur, Nepal.
The carrier will operate one additional flight from Kathmandu at 1:30 PM whereas the flight will take-off from Janakpur at 2:15 PM. This flight route connects Kathmandu, the capital city to Janakpur, the center of Mithila culture.
Likewise, Buddha Air has started directed flight service on Kathmandu-Kolkata from sector yesterday (May 27).
The airline has also proposed plan to build hanger at Pokhara Regional International Airport so as to commence international flight from the airport after the airport comes into operation.
The airline currently owns 12 aircraft that includes 2 Beechcraft B1900D, 3 ATR 42-320 and 7 ATR 72-500 series aircraft. The airline will be adding 2 more ATR 72 series aircraft to extend their flight operation to different cities of India.
The airlines is providing services to Nepalgunj, Bhairahawa, Bharatpur, Simara, Janakpur, Biratnagar, Bhadrapur, Pokhara, Dhangadi and Tumlingtar from TIA along with Mountain Flights as well as flights to Indian city Varanasi.
Buddha Air recently celebrated its completion of 21 years of service in Nepali Aviation Market with ATR company officials.