Published on : Wednesday, February 8, 2017
Apart from launching four new destinations namely Seoul in South Korea, Tokyo, Japan and Dammam, Saudi Arabia, Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) plans to increase flight frequency to Kuala Lumpur and other key destinations like Hong Kong and Doha in Qatar.
NAC, Nepal’s state owned airlines, plans to increase flight frequency on Kathmandu- Kuala Lumpur route from the present three flights a week, NAC managing director Sugat Ratna Kansakar said.
Besides resuming its London flights, NAC will also launch four new long-haul routes soon.
London flights will resume only next year once the NAC acquires two side-body jets, according to NAC.
Kansakar said two new wide-body jets will arrive in 2018 and NAC will expand its wing in Asia, Europe and Australia.
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