In a statement issued on Tuesday, NATTA’s Acting Chairman Binay Basnet said that the second phase of Corona Transition with new variants has disrupted domestic and international flights and demanded that the government create an environment for foreign tourists to return home.
“In case foreign tourists visiting Nepal are prevented from completing their visit to their destination, the details of such tourists should be collected and the required destinations should be identified on this basis and at least two to three regular flights should be conducted every week,” said a statement issued by NATTA.
NATTA has also requested for permission for regular flights from May 25, and for foreigners and Nepali nationals traveling on regular flights to fully implement health standards in view of the corona infection.
Stating that charter flights are too expensive, NATTA has drawn the government’s attention not to allow charter flights to international destinations.
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