Airline operators form monitoring committee to manage passengers

Kathmandu: The airline operators have formed a monitoring committee to facilitate passenger at the Tribhuvan International Airport amid the corona virus epidemic and the prohibitory order.

A monitoring committee comprising representatives of Buddha Air, Yeti Airlines, Summit Air, Shree Airlines and Saurya Airlines has been formed under the coordination of the President of Airline Operators Association of Nepal (AOAN).

According to Yograj Kandel, spokesperson for AOAN, the service has been provided at the airport as per the health protocol prepared based on the guidelines of the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal.

The operator has also committed to further improve today’s weakness in the coming days. As air travel is the safest means of transportation in the epidemic, they argue that domestic flights should be continued in compliance with health standards.