Kathmandu, June 25
The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation has decided that the flights will reopen from coming Thursday, July 1. The aircraft have been allowed to carry only up to 50 per cent of their passenger capacity to maintain distance so as to avoid the risk of Covid-19.
Two major domestic flight service providers–Buddha Air and Yeti Airlines–say passengers can now make a booking for the scheduled flights online (via their websites, mobile applications or other mobile wallet services) or via their agents.
The companies say they will put in place necessary regulations to ensure safety of the passengers.