Buddha air plan to buy 3 new aircrafts
29th Oct, 2018 | Tourism Mail Crew
KATHMANDU, Oct 29: The private sector's largest Air Force Company, Buddha Air is going to expand its capacity by adding three new aircraft; Buddha Air has been intensifying its business expansion. The sources said that the Buddha Air has already started preparing to bring ATR 72 plane.
According to the company's officials Buddha Air also going to add three ships and the first ship is going to be brought within 6 months time. The remaining 2 planes will be brought after the arrival of the first plane.
The company has prepared buy three ships in about one billion rupees. In order to bring these ships, company has received approval from the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal. The three planes will be flying outside Kathmandu Valley.
"We are in a plan to get the plane soon, but after the air traffic of Tribhuvan International Airport has started which is causing problems in landings too ," said Buddha's airline’s official, "Due to this, we are not able to proceed according to our business plan," he added.
Gautam Buddha International Airport is under construction in Bhairahawa and will be operating soon. After the airport starts there will be little air traffic in TIA. It will be comfortable in service expansion after construction of the international airport. “Due to the delay in the flights the passangers to arrive in 6:00 pm is arriving in 10:00 pm," the official said.
Currently, Buddha air has been operating its flight to Bhadrapur, Biratnagar, Simara, Janakpur, Bhairahawa, Nepalgunj, Bharatpur, Pokhara and other destinations. This company has also been flying three flights every week to the Varanasi of India.