Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) has planned to commence 14 schedule flights a week starting to Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi from next week.
Assistant Director for Corporation Archana Khadka said that India will always be in the first priority for NAC. Presently, the corporation has been serving 10 flights a week in Kathmandu-Delhi Sector which is likely to be increased to 14 with the increase demand of passengers.
The New Delhi Station Manager of NAC proclaim at the dinner program at the Hotel the Park, he conveys gratitude to and thankfulness to all the passengers who chooses NAC as the first priority. He further added that more than 62 thousand passengers traveled to Kathmandu using national flag carrier, from April 2017 to March 2018.
The present seat occupancy of the corporation is nearly about an average percentage of 80 on each schedule flight which is noteworthy and is expected to increase in the future as it is in process of adding two wide-body aircraft to its fleet soon.
The national flag carrier is set to receive two wide-body A330-200 aircraft by end of Ashar 2075. Besides, the corporation is also in process of purchasing two more narrow body aircraft. The addition of those aircraft will certainly boost the flight frequency adding direct flights to Saudi Arabia, Korea and Japan.