Saurya Airlines to resume services at the end of September

Starting at the end of September, Saurya Airlines intended to resume its operations. The service will be offered in five destinations on the trunk route, according to the airlines.

India private company Kuber Group, through an agreement with Nepali investors, acquired the company in full ownership. Intending to advance Saurya Airlines actively, the company plans to buy ten new aircraft.

Saurya Airlines previously had two CRJ200s in service. Last month, the new CRJ-200 joined the fleet of Saurya Airlines.

Photo: Saurya Airlines CRJ200 arrived Kathmandu on

“From the end of September, we will consider offering services,” said Chairman Pokhrel. To extend our business, we will also be introducing four more ATR aircraft soon.

There will be one daily flight to Chandragadhi, Jhapa, three in Biratnagar, two in Bhairahawa, two in Nepalgunj, and two in Dhangadhi.

The airlines is about to fly throughout the coronavirus epidemic by complying with government-issued health standards.

“We have given top priority to the service and health of our passengers,” Pokhrel said.

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