National Flag carrier Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) is preparing for daily flight on the Kathmandu- Dubai route. NAC had begun its first flight to UAE on August 18, 2016 four years after it cancelled services due to fleet reliability issues. And now the corporation is all set up to conduct daily flight on Kathmandu-Dubai route from August 1st.
The Corporation at present has been conducting four weekly flights (Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) to Dubai.
Acknowledging the NAC’s preparation to operate regular flights, daily bus service is going to be provided for incoming and outgoing of the passengers from UAE’s Alekta and Musfa to international terminal-2 of Dubai International Airport. For this, passengers should inform whether to travel by bus or not while booking tickets from Abu Dhabi.
NAC currently operates two Airbus A320s and a Boeing 757s. The carrier’s international network includes routes from Kathmandu to Doha (Qatar), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Hong Kong, Bangkok (Thailand) and Dubai as well to Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai (India). After the arrival of first wide-body Airbus A330-243, the corporation is preparing to initiate the commercial operation with A330 starting from the 1st of August to Doha/Dubai.