Kathmandu: At least 1200 Nepalis from various countries have been evacuated and brought back to Nepal in 14 international flights operated according to Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) officials.
TIA officials further disclosed that as many as 24 flights were conducted including the 10 domestic flights.
All these are chartered or cargo flights. Nepal Airlines today brought in 224 passengers including a coffin from Jeddeha and the same airlines brought 19 Nepali passengers from Japan’s Narita to Nepal.
Similarly, Himalaya airlines brought 155 passengers from Kuwait, 149 passengers from Abudabi including three children, 154 passengers from Damam and 282 passengers from Doha.
Likewise, Shree Airlines brought in 9 passengers with one child from Myanmar.
Turkish Airlines in two flights have brought 280 and 282 passengers to Kathmandu through chartered flights. Like that Malaysian airlines in two flights evacuated 7 and 4 Nepalis from Kuala Lumpur.
TIA sources said 13 international flights are scheduled for Thursday.
A meeting of Chief District Officers (CDOs) of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur on Sunday…