Saurya’s second CRJ-200 nabs its official livery at Buddha Air Hangar
June 06, 2017-KATHMANDU
Saurya Airlines, the leading domestic jet operator of the country added the next Bombardier CRJ-200 aircraft on March 12, 2017. The aircraft landed at Tribhuvan International Airport under the command of foreign pilots with aircraft having Polar White livery.
The aircraft is now under the phase of changing its livery from Polar White to the airline official livery. The aircraft is now being painted at East Helipad, Buddha Air Hangar Facility in TIA. The Engineering teams from Saurya Airlines are working hard to resume its service in the Nepalese Sky.
The Bombardier CRJ-200 ‘9N-AME’ aircraft had successfully accomplished its first schedule flight to Bhadrapur, Biratnagar, Nepalgunj and Bhairahawa from Tribhuvan International Airport on April 21, 2017.
According to the officials, the aircraft will soon resume its schedule flight with quality air service with optimum performance in domestic flight operations.
Currently, the airline is operating through two CRJ-200 and conducting flights to Nepalgunj, Biratnagar and Bhadrapur. The company will be adding new destinations namely Dhangadhi and Bhairahawa and promises to enhance flight safety hence, satisfying passengers with pleasant and safe flights.
After the endeavor of Saurya Airlines, Shree Airlines the helicopter company had perceived that the performance of the aircraft was excellent and had added two Canadair Regional Jet aircraft to its fleet and jumped to be the country’s’ new fixed-wing operator.
The company brought two CRJ200 aircraft in April 2017 but still the aircraft operator had not received the AOC (Air Operator Certificate). The company is working hard to accomplish its documentations process as soon as possible. Both the CRJ-200 belonging to Shree Airlines is grounded at Temporary Bay, East Helipad. Currently, Saurya Airlines is only the jet operator of the country towards Domestic Sector.