Kathmandu:National flag carrier -Nepal Airlines- is regularly engaged in chartered and cargo flights to various international destinations during the lock-down period and suspension of international flights due to COVID-19.
Nepal Airline’s wide body has conducted the maximum chartered flights to India, Bangladesh, Japan, China, South Korea and Australia during the shutdown period imposed in the country.
The wide-body aircraft is all set to fly to Australia with Australian citizens on board which will reach Sydney by making Kuala Lumpur as its transit point.
The wide-body aircraft is being chartered at the request of the Australian embassy in Nepal.
Similarly, the Nepal Airlines is all set to fly to Seoul, the capital of South Korea to carry Nepali migrant workers to South Korea.
Currently, the national flag carrier’s -wide-body 330 and narrow-body 320 have conducted at least 40 chartered international flights so far (RSS).
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