KATHMANDU: Nepal Airlines has launched its fifth international route from Kathmandu (KTM) and first to India. On 27 February, the airline introduced a four times weekly service on the 813-kilometre route to Delhi (DEL). The carrier will use its only A320 on the route, which is already served by Jet Airways (three daily flights), Air India (two daily flights), IndiGo and SpiceJet (both daily flights), and Druk Air (four weekly flights). Nepal Airlines already serves Bangkok, Doha, Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur internationally, as well as a number of domestic destinations.
:: Nepal Airlines on 27 February launched its first service to India with the introduction of four times weekly flights between Kathmandu and Delhi with the airline’s recently delivered A320.
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