Nepal Airlines Airbus A330 9N-ALY arrived Kathmandu today carrying medical supplies from Israel. At about 11:22 a.m. local time, the airplane landed carrying 200 million dollars worth of medical supplies. The aircraft made a stop at Amman, Jordan, and completed the 6 hours 12 minutes of flight to Kathmandu.
The Nepalese Embassy in Tel Aviv handed over medical supplies/equipment.
To assist Nepal’s fight against corona, the Israeli government, various Israeli NGOs/companies, and the embassy family, including Nepalese residents in Israel, donated 58 ventilators, 120 oxygen concentrators, a mobile corona testing lab PCR testing kits, antigen testing kits, and medical. The aircraft of Nepal Airlines landed in Kathmandu carrying about 18 tons of various medical supplies related to COVID-19 worth Rs. 200 million.