Indian govt proposes to operate 8 daily flights on Nepal-India route

Aircraft of Nepal Airlines Corporation parked at Tribhuvan International Airport.

Kathmandu: The Government of India has proposed Nepal to operate 8 daily flights between Nepal and India. In response to such a proposal from the Indian Embassy, ​​the Government of Nepal has proposed to increase the number of destinations by approving the number of flights. At present, there are two daily flights on the Kathmandu-Delhi route.

Nepal Airlines Corporation is operating one daily flight and Air India is operating one daily flights. Accordingly, there are 14 flights a week. The Nepali company has proposed four daily flights and the Indian company four daily flights.

Accordingly, there will be 56 flights a week between Nepal and India. Flights are being operated between Nepal and India only based on the air bubble scheme.