Guna Airlines is starting its operations from September. The company has said that it has intensified preparations for its regular flights internally. The company said it was in the final stages of launching seven aircraft, including two Beechcraft 1900c and five Jetstream J-41.
Prajwal Thapa, the spokesperson of Guna Airlines and head of market and sales, said that the work is in full swing as per the preparations to resume domestic air service from the second week of September.
The flight will start from Kathmandu to Pokhara, Bharatpur, and Tumlingtar. Additional flights have been prepared from Kathmandu to Simara, Bhairahawa, Janakpur, Nepalgunj, and Biratnagar.
Thapa said that they are ready to provide service for Nepali passengers amidst the Covid pandemic. They are also prepared to provide quality air service by competing with the current airfares.