KATHMANDU, Feb 14: Turkish Airlines has announced increase in weekly flights from 5 flights to 7 flights per week. Turkish Air is the only European airline flying in Nepal with continuous qualitative service. The new schedule will be effective from September 24 on Istanbul-Kathmandu route and vice-versa. The airline had also successfully marked its four years of flight operation in Nepal and has committed to excel forward with more quality service.
“Considering the demand from passengers and the upcoming tourist season of Nepal, we have planned on operating 5-7 flights per week on the Istanbul-Kathmandu-Istanbul sector.” said the Regional Marketing Representative for Turkish Airlines (Nepal).
The airline is currently operating to five flights per week on its wide-body Airbus A330 series aircraft which can accommodate two hundred and 89 passengers on-board.
Istanbul – Kathmandu (KTM) – Istanbul flights will be increased from 5 flights to 7 flights per week as of September 24, 2018.
New schedule as of 24TH SEPTEMBER 2018
Turkish Airlines operates in 119 countries, more than any other airline with an operational fleet of ten cargo aircraft. Istanbul Atatürk Airport is its main base, and there are secondary hubs located at Esenboğa International Airport, Sabiha Gökçen International Airport, and Adnan Menderes Airport.
Turkish Airlines has also won the “Best Economy Class Onboard Catering” award in 2010, Turkish Airlines also awarded as the World’s “Best Business Class Onboard Catering” in 2013, 2014 and 2016, and 2017. Winning the “World’s Best Business Class Lounge” award in 2015 and 2017, the global carrier also picked up the World’s “Best Business Class Lounge Dining” award for three consecutive years according to this year’s survey results.
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