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April 26, 2022

Nepalese happy to see Nepali flag bearer in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia: Nepalese in Saudi are extremely happy as the national flag carrier Nepal Airlines landed at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh.

The presence of Nepali flag bearers in Saudi Arabia is not only an extension of Kathmandu’s air connectivity network but also Nepal’s pride and glory.

The Nepali community has expressed happiness over the launch of direct flights to Saudi Arabia, the second-largest country in Arabia, by the flag-carrying airline Corporation 45 years after Nepal established diplomatic relations.

Various organizations of four lakh Nepalis in Saudi Arabia and non-resident Nepali organizations have said that the presence of the flag bearer has further enhanced the image of Nepalese in the Middle East.

Speaking at a program organized in the capital Riyadh on Saturday, Charge d’Affaires of the Embassy of Nepal Dilip Kumar Poudel expressed confidence that the direct flight of the corporation to Saudi Arabia, an important country where Nepal’s diplomatic relations have expanded, would not only strengthen diplomatic relations but also widen the door to economic development.

Rajendra Aryal, the coordinator of the Non-Resident Nepali Association of Saudi Arabia, said direct flights to Saudi Arabia would help boost the country’s trade.

He said, “I am one of the happiest when the Nepali flag bearer started a direct flight to Saudi Arabia. We have been successful in our efforts for years to establish this flight. Now the trade between the two countries will be promoted.”

With the Corporation’s flight to Riyadh, there will now be regular flights to 10 destinations in eight countries. The corporation had earlier been flying to nine destinations in seven countries, including three in India.

The Corporation operates international flights to New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Dubai, Doha, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Bangkok, and Japan. The corporation has two wide-body A330s and two narrow-body A320s for international flights.

Riyadh (Saudi Arabia). Nepalese in Saudi were extremely happy as the national flag carrier Nepal Airlines Corporation (Nepal Airlines) landed at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh.

The presence of Nepali flag bearers in Saudi Arabia is not only an extension of Kathmandu’s air connectivity network but also Nepal’s pride and glory.

The Nepali community has expressed happiness over the launch of direct flights to Saudi Arabia, the second-largest country in Arabia, by the flag-carrying airline Corporation 45 years after Nepal established diplomatic relations.

Various organizations of four lakh Nepalis in Saudi Arabia and non-resident Nepali organizations have said that the presence of the flag bearer has further enhanced the image of Nepalese in the Middle East.

Speaking at a program organized in the capital Riyadh on Saturday, Charge d’Affaires of the Embassy of Nepal Dilip Kumar Poudel expressed confidence that the direct flight of the corporation to Saudi Arabia, an important country where Nepal’s diplomatic relations have expanded, would not only strengthen diplomatic relations but also widen the door to economic development.

Rajendra Aryal, the coordinator of the Non-Resident Nepali Association of Saudi Arabia, said direct flights to Saudi Arabia would help boost the country’s trade.  He said, “I am one of the happiest when the Nepali flag bearer started a direct flight to Saudi Arabia. We have been successful in our efforts for years to establish this flight. Now the trade between the two countries will be promoted.”

With the Corporation’s flight to Riyadh, there will now be regular flights to 10 destinations in eight countries. The corporation had earlier been flying to nine destinations in seven countries, including three in India.

The Corporation operates international flights to New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Dubai, Doha, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Bangkok, and Japan. The corporation has two wide-body A330s and two narrow-body A320s for international flights.

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