/NAC suspends flights due to decline in passenger traffic

NAC suspends flights due to decline in passenger traffic

Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) is reducing its flight operations because of the decrease in the number of passengers due to coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Starting from the 15th of March, the airlines has cut down its daily flights in the Kathmandu-Delhi route from two flights per day to one flight a day.

On the Kathmandu-Mumbai route, the airlines has temporarily suspended its regular flights between March 15 and April 15. Similarly, the airlines has canceled flights to Banglore scheduled 19th and 31st of March, Bangkok scheduled 11th and 25th of March and Hong Kong scheduled 19th and 26th of March. Flights to Doha have been suspended from the 10th of March until further notice.

The airlines will provide full refund on the tickets on the canceled routes and passenger can also change the date of their tickets.