Kathmandu: Buddha Air, a leading private sector airline, will start flights to three destinations in India from the regional international airport in Pokhara.
According to Buddha Air, it is going to fly to Banaras, Delhi, and Dehradun in India from Pokhara Regional International Airport.
“The Civil Aviation Authority has informed that Pokhara Regional International Airport will be operational from January 2023”, the company said, “Buddha Air will fly Pokhara-Banaras-Pokhara as the first flight from there.”
According to the company, Pokhara-Banaras-Pokhara flights will be operated three days a week on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday.
The company says that the Nepal government is taking initiatives with the Indian government for the air traffic route, and after receiving the route and slots from the Indian government, two flights will be made daily on the Pokhara-Delhi-Pokhara route.
The company has informed us that it will fly three wards a week on the Pokhara-Dehradun-Pokhara route. Currently, Buddha Air is flying from Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu to Banaras, India.
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