Kathmandu, November 21
Buddha Air, a leading airline company in the domestic aviation market, has announced to launch flights to remote regions of the country also beginning from early 2023.
So far, the company has been flying from and to the airports located in urban regions only.
But, the company says it will fly to remote Nepal also making the Manthali Airport in Ramechhap, Pokhara Airport in Kaski and Nepalgunj Airport in Banke as hubs from early next year.
Initially, the company will purchase four Twin Otter aircraft to launch the flights and the fleet will be expanded in 2024 and 2026.
The company says it wants to make flights in remote regions also easy and affordable.