Nepal | July 05, 2020

Nepal Airlines revises fares and sets schedules for repatriation flights

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KATHMANDU: Following a widespread criticism of the government for charging hefty fare for reparation flights to bring home stranded Nepalis across the globe, the national flag carrier, Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) today published a revised fare and flight schedule.

Issuing a press release today, NAC said, a permission letter from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or Kathmandu-based foreign embassy would allow the permit holder to board the Nepal Airlines to the country from where it is carrying out rescue flights.

According to NAC, rescue flights tickets can also be booked though electronic ticketing.

Here is the list of revised fare and the details of contact persons for e-ticketing.

 

 

S.no: Sector Fare per pax including taxes of respective country
USD Local Curency NPR
1 KTM-DEL OR V.V                207.00  

INR 15630

 

25100

2 KTM-BOM OR V.V                310.00  

INR 23410

 

37600

3 KTM-BLR OR V.V                339.00  

INR 25600

 

41100

4 KTM-BKK OR V.V                390.00  

THB 12280

 

47300

5 KTM-HKG OR V.V                550.00  

HKD 4260

 

66600

6 KTM-KUL OR V.V                372.00  

MYR 1590

 

45100

7 KTM-DOH OR V.V                392.00  

QAR 1430

 

47500

8 KTM-DXB OR V.V                360.00  

AED 1320

 

43600

9 KTM-NRT OR V.V                935.00  

JPY 102260

 

113200

10 KTM-DMM OR V.V                430.00  

SAR 1610

 

52100

11 KTM-RUH OR V.V                465.00  

SAR 1750

 

56300

12 KTM-JED OR V.V                590.00  

SAR 2210

 

71500

13 KTM-KRT OR V.V                890.00  

SDG 49190

 

107800

14 KTM-MLE OR V.V                480.00  

MVR 7420

 

58100

15 KTM-DAC OR V.V                165.00  

BDT 14000

 

20000

16 KTM-MCT OR V.V                368.00  

OMR 140

 

44600

 

 

 

17 KTM-BAH OR V.V                392.00  

BHD 150

 

47500

18 KTM-KWI OR V.V 410.00  

KWD 130

 

49700

19 KTM-AMM OR V.V                675.00  

JOD 480

 

81800

20 KTM-PFO OR V.V                730.00  

EUR 640

 

88400

21 KTM-CMB OR V.V                380.00  

LKR 70450

 

46000

22 KTM-LHR OR V.V             1280.00  

GBP 1010

 

155000

23 KTM-FRA OR V.V             1190.00  

EUR 1050

 

144100

24 KTM-AUH OR V.V                450.00  

AED 1650

 

54500

25 KTM-SHJ OR V.V                450.00  

AED 1650

 

54500

26 KTM-MEL OR V.V             1615.00  

AUD 2310

 

195500

27 KTM-SYD OR V.V             1615.00  

AUD 2310

 

195500

28 KTM-SIN OR V.V                520.00  

SGD 720

 

63000

29 KTM-ICN OR V.V 875.00  

KRW 1052500

 

106000

 

Persons to contact for e-ticketing for given sectors
 

S N Sector Name Contact No.
1 Baharain RAMESH KUMAR PANDEY 9849633879
2 Male MADHU SUDAN NEPAL 9851132455

 

 

3 Kuala Lumpur NARESH KUMAR SHRESTHA 9841436144
4 Dubai TIKA RAM PANGENI 9851163878
5 Bangkok HOM PRASAD PARAJULI +66898956120
6 Doha PREM UPRETI 9841475444
7 Riyadh TANKA RAI 9851192955
8 Narita SULEKH MISHRA 9861446188
9 Kuwait ASHMITA SUBEDI 9849321395
10 Cyprus SISIR GYAWALI 9851123058
11 Incheon INDU PANTHEE 9841410042
12 Muscut JANAK RAJ ARYAL 9851167286
13 Sydney MIMAMSA KARKI 9849157454
14 Melbourne SAROJ NEPAL 9841962064
15 Los Angeles TILAK PRASAD LAMICHHANE 9851095181

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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