Jun 15, 2024

Inauguration of Multi Airlines in Nepal: A New Era in the Nepalese Travel Industry

Inauguration of Multi Airlines in Nepal: A New Era in the Nepalese Travel Industry

KATHMANDU, May 18:Multi Airlines, a leading platform in global airline ticket distribution, is pleased to announce its official launch in Nepal. The grand ceremony was held at The Soaltee Kathmandu, a landmark venue, signifying a pivotal advancement in the nation's travel sector. The event was graciously hosted by Dr. Sareesha Shrestha, Miss Nepal Earth 2022, and attended by distinguished guests, industry leaders, and over 80 travel agencies. Notable attendees included the Executive Chairman of Nepal Airlines, Mr. Ubaraj Adhikari, alongside media representatives.

This significant occasion not only marked the introduction of multiairlines in Nepal but also celebrated the commencement of alliance between Multi Airlines and Stream Travel Services. This partnership is set to transform travel services by providing seamless solutions for international travel.

Multiairlines is renowned for its secure and comprehensive platform, which connects agents with multiple BSP markets, offering unmatched access to over 275 airlines. The platform empowers agents with the ability to access global airline inventories, local fares, and ticketing solutions, thereby ensuring smooth transactions across the travel industry. Multiairlines is poised to become the foremost distributor of airline documents worldwide.

Mr. Clifford Christopher, CEO of Multi Airlines, and Mr. Bhaibhav Bikram Rana, Managing Director of Stream Travel Services, Rizvi Rashid, Country Manager Travelport (Galileo Nepal),  addressed the gathering, articulating their vision for the partnership. This collaboration, formalized in March 2024, appoints Stream Travel Services as the General Sales Agent for Multiairlines in Nepal. The partnership aims to offer International Travelers from Nepal a cost effective, convenient, and comfortable travel alternatives available from Nepal, which they could not enjoy for decades.

The event received substantial support from The Soaltee Hotel Group, Nepal Airlines, and Travelport.