After about two months, the flight started operating
The country’s domestic flights, which were suspended for epidemic control, have resumed operations after a two-month hiatus. As per the decision of the Council of Ministers, the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation has decided to start regular domestic flights from today.
The flight schedule has been given at 10 minute intervals based on the number of flights operated by the airline before the ban so as not to overcrowd the airport terminal.
Passengers traveling by air will have to follow the prescribed health standards. Passengers with symptoms of corona will not be allowed to board the ship and a mask has been made mandatory.
Airlines are allowed to fly according to the quota. Buddha Air has been sanctioned 31, Yati Airlines 15, Shree Airlines seven, Saurya Airlines three and three each to Stock.
The airport will adhere to the health standards issued by the Government of Nepal and the airport for the safe movement of passengers, taking into account the current risk of the Kovid-19 epidemic.