According to the officials, Buddha Air is soon including an ATR 72-212A airplane to its fleet as the authorities have just dispatched the group to bring home the aircraft by June 28. The crew have been dispatched to Toulouse, France where the aircraft is currently located.
Groups including flight crew, Operational Manager, Operation staff, B1/B2 Licensed Engineer, Quality Assurance Staff, Airworthiness Staff and authority from Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN). The air aircraft is expected to undergo CofA test tomorrow and will withdraw on June 24 as it is foreseen to arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport at June 28, 2018 under the command of Captain Pramod Thapa and Captain Rabi Shrestha.
The carrier has officially gained the vital authorization from the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal and the Nepalese Registration of the new machine will be ‘9N-AMU’ according to the officials. After the expansion of the new ATR-72, the organization will have by and large 11 flying machine in its fleet. After the entry of new aircraft, it will be simple for us to lead opportune flights and repair other airplane when required without influencing travelers, noted aircraft authorities.