UK Embassy in Kathmandu is flying out the last remaining of their nationals stranded in Nepal after the country went into lockdown, as the government progressively extended a ban on international and domestic flights till 30th April 2020.
Since international flights were stopped from 24 March, there has been a number of chartered ferry flights that flew to take out tourists and expats back to their nations.
Embassy sources said the rescue tomorrow is the third and last ferry flight tomorrow for British nationals all over Nepal. The UK charter company Titan Airways will bring its Boeing 767 to fly out the Britons via Dubai on Friday.
The ferry flight Titan Boeing 767-36N (ER) ‘G-POWD’ Flight Number AWC-103Y took off from London Stansted Airport, UK at 02:18 AM and landed Dubai International Airport at 12:33 PM Local.
The aircraft has been scheduled to land at Tribhuvan International Airport at 12:00 PM at noon and will take off after an hour at 01:00 PM from Kathmandu.