KATHMANDU:- Yeti Airlines is set to resume Kathmandu-Simara flights from October 7 after a break of 12 years.
The airlines announced flights to the new destination on the occasion of its 22nd anniversary. Simara is ninth destination for the airlines. High health precaution would be adopted while conducting flights due to COVID-19 pandemic, said chief security officer of the airlines and spokesperson Sudarshan Bartaula.
“We will operate flights to Simara from October 7 after taking permission from the concerned authority,” he said. Flights to Simara take place from Kathmandu every day at 9 am and 4.45 pm.
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