Kathmandu: Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal has prepared a schedule of 64 daily flights following the government’s decision to open domestic flights, domestic flights from next Thursday.
Buddha Air has been allowed 31 daily flights. The company, which flies in remote areas, has been allowed to operate eight daily flights from Kathmandu. Currently, only Tara Air and Summit Air are flying from Kathmandu to remote areas. Although Sita Air flies in remote areas. The airline will operate four daily flights from Kathmandu to Biratnagar.
One flight has been scheduled for Tumlingtar and Surkhet and three for Bhadrapur. There are three daily flights to Simara, three daily flights to Janakpur, three daily flights to Pokhara, five daily flights to Bhairahawa, three daily flights to Nepalgunj, and two daily flights to Dhangadhi.
Yeti has been allowed two flights to Bhadrapur, three to Biratnagar, two to Janakpur, two to Simara, two to Pokhara, two to Bhairahawa, and two to Nepalgunj. Shree Airlines will operate one daily flight to Bhadrapur, one in Biratnagar, one in Bhairahawa, two each in Nepalgunj and Dhangadhi.
Saurya Air will fly from Kathmandu to Bhadrapur, Biratnagar, and Bhairahawa one by one. Flights from Kathmandu to Lukka, Phaplu, Dolpa, and Simkot are operated at remote airports. There are 8 daily flights to these destinations. Summit, Tara, and Sita will be able to use these flights.
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