Nepal | August 05, 2020

Himalaya Airlines’ direct flight to Dhaka

• BIZ BRIEFS

Himalayan News Service
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KATHMANDU: Himalaya Airlines has announced the much-awaited direct flights to Dhaka from July 22. The airline will operate its A320 – 214 narrow-body aircraft on the route, configured with 150 economy class and eight premium economy class seats, as per a media release.

The airline has a fleet of three new Airbus 320-200 aircraft. The thrice weekly schedule has convenient timings, where flight # H9 678 will depart from Kathmandu at 11:10 hours (local time), and land at 13:10 hours (local time) in Dhaka.

The return flight #H9 679 will depart from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport at 14:10 hours (local time) the same day and arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport at 15:20 hours.

The free baggage allowance for both routes is 25 kg for premium economy class and 20 kg for economy class. The airline has appointed SAir Air BD Ltd as its general sales agents.

 


A version of this article appears in print on July 12, 2019 of The Himalayan Times.


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