NAC flying to Oman to bring oxygen cylinder

Aircraft of Nepal Airlines Corporation parked at Tribhuvan International Airport.

Kathmandu: Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) is going to Oman to get about 600 oxygen cylinders with the help of Non-Resident Nepali Association and Nepali Embassy in Oman.

Dim Prakash Poudel, general manager of Nepal Airlines, said the plane is preparing to take off for Muscat, the capital of Oman, on Saturday.

According to Poudel, Nepal Airlines is preparing to return from Oman to Beijing, China on the same evening to collect about 400 units of oxygen concentrators, 400 cylinders and other medical supplies.

Since then, the airline is preparing to send A330 aircraft to Beijing every day, as 550 cylinders will be produced every day. Poudel informed that all the aircraft of the corporation are ready to bring the goods that may be available elsewhere.