According to the Nepal-India air bubble agreement, a total of six flights per week will be conducted between Kathmandu and New Delhi route.
“Previously, there were two weekly flights to New Delhi; soon, there will be six. According to the agreement, the number of flights has been raised by Nepal’s proposal.” According to Karishma Shrestha, a spokesperson for the Nepal Airlines Corporation, a flight schedule will be published shortly. The corporation’s aircraft would henceforth travel Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday between New Delhi and Kathmandu.
Previously, two flights were operated, with the corporation flying on Wednesday and Air India of India flying on Friday. Now both the airlines have got the same three flights.
It is stated that the corporation has made a flight schedule in coordination with Air India keeping in mind the convenience of the passengers.
Additionally, today’s Cabinet Meeting agreed to expand the frequency of flights to India to three times each week.