Nepal Airlines flying to Japan after 12 years with half seats empty

The flag carrier Nepal Airlines is marking a success story resuming flights to Japan after 12 years gap. However, the seat occupancy results might have disappointed the authority. Only 134 passengers will be flying in its wide body Airbus A330 aircraft for the opening flight with the remaining 142 seats empty.

Although, a lot of people were very excited about the flight to Japan, the inaugural flight couldn’t be occupied as expected. The high fare has made the travelers step back to book into flights of Nepal Airlines, some people say. While some say that the irregular and unreliable service of the airlines has forbidden people from booking the flag carrier flights.

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