Kathmandu, June 20
Two more international airline companies will be providing services from the Bhairahawa-based Gautam Buddha International Airport.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) said the UAE-based Air Arabia and Fly Dubai have shown interest and started to fulfil all procedures to fly to Nepal’s second international airport that came into operation on May 16.
CAAN director-general Pradip Adhikari says Air Arabia wants to start regular flights to Gautam Buddha International Airport within the next two weeks.
Likewise, Jazeera Airways, the first international airline to fly to the airport, is increasing its flights.
The company, which started with three flights a week, wants to increase it to seven flights a week, informs the airport’s general manager Govinda Prasad Dahal.