Nepal to Resume Regular Flights to Bangladesh and India

25 November 2020

The Government of Nepal will resume regular flights to Bangladesh and India following a decision by its Cabinet on 25 November. The Ministry of Culture, Tourism, and Civil Aviation of the Government of Nepal will undertake the diplomatic process with both countries to resume regular flights.

Commercial flights between Nepal and the two countries have been closed for eight months due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. Only repatriation flights and charter flights are allowed to operate.

 

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