On Wednesday, thirteen international flights landed at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA).
According to the TIA Office, 13 flights were identified, including rescue flights from various airlines, medical evacuations, and air bubbles.
According to TIA info, Nepal Airlines Corporation has the highest seven flights, followed by Himalaya Airlines with four. Nepal Airlines plans to fly to Beijing and Shenzhen in China, as well as two flights to Damam and one to Riyadh in Saudi Arabia. There will be a daily flight to India’s New Delhi.
Himalaya Airlines, meanwhile, will operate three flights to Kunming, China, and one to Dammam, Saudi Arabia.
Sichuwan Air is transporting cargo from Chengdu to Kathmandu, and a chartered flight from Kathmandu to Delhi has been organized.
The domestic sector will be served by ten helicopter and airline flights. During the prohibitive time, rescue, chartered, and freight flights were made to domestic and foreign destinations.
International flights have been halted by the government as of May 6 in order to avoid and monitor the Covid-19 pandemic. Domestic flights have also been suspended as of April 29.