Airline operators hike airfare

Kathmandu: Airline operators have hiked air.

Airlines have also increased fares after the government increased the price of air turbine fuel. Nepal

Oil Corporation (NOC) had increased fuel price by Rs 10 per liter on Sunday.

Along with this, the fare of Kathmandu-Dhangadhi has increased by Rs 445 the most.

Similarly, the lowest fare of Kathmandu-Simara has been increased by Rs 90. The increased fare will be effective from Wednesday.

According to the new rate, the maximum fare of Kathmandu-Dhangadhi has reached Rs 15,665. Similarly, Kathmandu-Nepalgunj fare is 12,895, Bhadrapur’s 11,935, Biratnagar’s 1,325, Janakpur’s 5,250, Bharatpur’s 4,435, Pokhara’s 6,305 and Bhairahawa’s maximum fare is seven. Air fares have risen again. Airlines have also increased fares after the government increased the price of aviation fuel.

Oil Corporation had increased aviation fuel by Rs 10 per liter on Sunday. The fare of Kathmandu-Dhangadhi has increased by Rs 445 the most. Similarly, the lowest fare of Kathmandu-Simara has been increased by Rs 90. The increased fare will be effective from Wednesday the 11th.

According to the new rate, the maximum fare of Kathmandu-Dhangadhi has reached Rs 15,665. Similarly, Kathmandu-Nepalgunj fare is 12,895, Bhadrapur’s 11,935, Biratnagar’s 1,325, Janakpur’s 5,250, Bharatpur’s 4,435, Pokhara’s 6,305 and Bhairahawa’s Rs 1,880.

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