Nepal | January 25, 2020

13th AGM of Aircraft Flight Dispatcher’s Association elects executive committee members

THT Online

KATHMANDU: Aircraft Flight Dispatcher’s Association of Nepal has concluded its 13th Annual General Meeting (AGM) on December 13, 2019. The AGM unanimously elected the new executive committee members for a two-year term.

The AGM, led by the outgoing president of the working committee of the Association, Ghanashyam Raj Acharya, saw the participation of 80 per cent of its members.

Various subjects including the annual report, financial report, election of the new executive committee, budget, among others were presented and discussed at the meeting.

Krishna Kumar Chaudhary of Himalayan Airlines has been elected as the new president of the committee. Likewise, Santa Kumar Prajapati of Yeti Airlines has been elected the vice-president under the fixed wing while Binod Thapa of Summit Helicopters has been chosen the vice-chair under the roter wing. Balkrishna Pandit of Air Dynasty Heli Services will serve in the executive committee as its general secretary and Sujal Joshi of Buddha Air as the treasurer. The position of secretary has been filled by Barun Gyawali of Kailash Helicopters.

Similarly, other members of the executive committee are Sachit Aryal of Altitude Air, Rashmi Neupane of Altitude Air, Bhusan Devkota of Sita Air, Chakra Nakarmi of Nepal Airlines, Bimal Khadka of Simrik Air, Anurup Pathak of Manang Air, Ram Kumar Shrestha of Heli Everest, Rabindra Dhungel of Yeti Airlines and Ananda Babu Pathak of Himalayan Airlines.

Chaudhary, the newly elected president, expressed his commitment that the Association would move ahead with the suggestions and advice of former committee members as the sector of aviation in the country is a sensitive and challenging field. Ideas were also shared at the meeting to give continuance to the campaign of increasing cooperation among the Government of Nepal, Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal and international organisations to ensure safety of flights in the country.


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