Kathmandu, February 27
Buddha Air, a leading domestic airline operator of the country, says it will resume the Kathamandu-Varanasi flight from April 1.
This was the company’s only international flight before the Covid-19 crisis, but the pandemic had forced it to suspend the service.
As the virus infection is on the wane, the company has decided to resume the flight after over two years.
The company, however, is yet to make public the weekly schedule.
As this route connects two religious pilgrimage sites in the neighbouring countries, the service was popular among Hindus in both Nepal and India. Buddha Air’s sister organisation, Buddha Holidays, also used to sell different tour packages attracting them.