Buddha Air Kathmandu-Varanasi flight resumed after two years
23rd May, 2022 | Tourism Mail Crew
KATHMANDU, May 23: Private airline Buddha Air has resumed Kathmandu-Varanasi flights from Monday after two years. On the first day, the company provided service to 44 passengers on departure and 39 passengers on return.
Buddha Air stopped flying to this destination because of Covid. The company has scheduled two flights to this destination on Monday and Friday of the week. The company had flown ATR aircrafts Varanasi from Kathmandu at 7.30 am on Monday. Similarly, the flight from Varanasi to Kathmandu was canceled at 9.45 am.
The flight will be convenient and convenient for business, religious and tourist travelers of both the countries, the company said.
Sarnath, which is said to be the first place where Lord Buddha preached for the first time, including the Vishwanath Temple in Varanasi, one of the main pilgrimage sites for Hindus.
It is said that this flight of the company will make it easier for foreign passengers to come to Nepal. Due to the 50-minute flight distance between India and Nepal, it will be easier for Indian passengers to come to Nepal.
The company has also launched attractive holiday packages for various religious and tourist destinations in both the countries through its sister organization Buddha Holidays.
At present, the company has been providing flights to various destinations in the country through 11 ATR-72, two ATR-42 and two Beechcrafts.