Nepal Is Preparing To Resume Flights From August 17
Kathmandu, July 28 : Nepal Is Preparing to resume commercial aviation service from August 17 with limited flights in both domestic and international sectors reports The Rising Nepal Daily.
Yograj Kanel, spokesperson of Airlines Operators Association Nepal (AOAN), said that 15 to 30 domestic flights serving maximum 350 passengers from TIA would be conducted in the first week after the resumption of domestic flights.
All airlines operators have approved their Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) from the CAAN as a preparation to operate their service from August 17 reports the daily.
The government had recently announced to resume the domestic and international aviation services from August 17.
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