Kathmandu, March 10
Nepal’s national flag carrier, Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC), says it is restarting Kathmandu-Mumbai flights after a halt of two years.
Before the Covid pandemic, the national flag carrier would operate regularly scheduled flights to India’s coastal city. However, it was halted due to the pandemic impact.
The NAC has already resumed regular flights to the Indian capital city of New Delhi. Now, it says the Kathmandu-Mumbai flights will begin on March 27.
The airlines will carry three flights a week, one each on Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays.