Shree Airlines adds two more aircraft to its fleet

File: A Shree Airlines aircraft
File: A Shree Airlines aircraft

Kathmandu, March 27:

Shree Airlines has brought two 80-seater aircraft. The private sector airline company has brought the ‘Dash 8’ planes manufactured by De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Limited (DHC).

The call signs of the two aircraft that landed in Kathmandu on March 26 were 9N-AOK and 9N-AOL, said Anil Mananadhar, the institutional manager of Shree Airlines.

It is said that these aircraft were operated by Horizon Air and Alaska Air based in the USA before this.
Manandhar said both aircraft will be employed for commercial flights soon after completing the required process by the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN).

With the new addition, Shree Airlines now has a fleet of 10 aircraft. It also has eight helicopters in operation.

Shree Airlines started operating regular flights to various destinations in Nepal in 2017, using the two 50-seater CRJ 200 aircraft and two 70-seater RJ 700 jet planes. The airline company that brought an additional two 80-seater aircraft in 2019 and again in 2022 has been expanding its flight destinations.

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