Flights to resume from July 1

Kathmandu: Along with the decision of the cabinet to resume national and international flights, the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation has decided to start regular domestic flights from July 1.

The cabinet had given the responsibility of arranging the date of the flight to the Ministry of Tourism. According to the spokesperson of the ministry, Taranath Adhikari, there will be regular domestic flights from July 1.

Flights will be reduced to 50 percent compared to the previous days though. It will be managed by the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal.

Along with the government’s decision, airlines have also started selling tickets.

Meanwhile, flights to international destinations will start from Thursday on the specified route. The ministry has made public the flight schedule. Accordingly, on June 24, Nepal Airlines Corporation will fly from Doha, Qatar and Turkish Airlines will fly from Istanbul.

A Nepal Airlines flight will leave for Japan on June 25. On this day, an Air India flight will arrive in Kathmandu from Delhi. A Qatar Airways flight will arrive in Kathmandu from Doha on June 26. A Turkish Airlines flight will arrive in Kathmandu from Istanbul. On this day, the flight schedule of Air Arabia flight from Abu Dhabi to Kathmandu has been fixed.

Nepal Airlines will fly to Doha on June 27. On this day, Himalayan Airlines will operate one flight each to Kuala Lumpur and Dubai. Qatar Airways will come to Kathmandu from Doha. Jazeera Airways is scheduled to come to Kathmandu from Kuwait.

Nepal Airlines will leave for Dubai on June 28. Himalayan Airlines will fly to Dammam, Saudi Arabia. Qatar Airways will fly from Doha. Nepal Airlines will leave for Doha on June 29. On the same day, Turkish Airlines will arrive in Nepal from Turkey.

Fly Dubai will come to Kathmandu from Dubai. Salaam Air flight from Oman will arrive in Kathmandu. On June 30, Nepal Airlines will fly to Dubai, Himalayan Airlines to Dammam, Qatar Airways to Doha and Jazira Airways to Kuwait, according to the Ministry of Tourism.

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