The national airline of Nepal, Nepal Airlines, has stated that it will prioritize restoring international flights that were suspended because of COVID-19. This restoration will begin at the end of this month, as the airline restores routes to major cities in Asia, routes cut at the beginning of the pandemic.
Nepal Airlines will begin flights to Bangalore, India on March 21, followed by flights to Mumbai on March 29. Flights to Bangalore on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday while the flights to and from Mumbai will be operated on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.
Similarly, Nepal Airlines is also aiming to increase frequency on its Kathmandu - Tokyo Narita route starting on April 1. According to NAC Spokesperson Archana Khadka, "we are getting back to our business in the post-COVID-19 time. "Likewise, Nepal Airlines plans to add an additional flight on its route to Bangkok, Thailand, with NAC sources stating, "currently, Kathmandu-Bangkok route has been connected by a single flight and one more flight will be added from March 21."
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