Buddha Air reduces its airfare to its various destinations
4th Jun, 2020 | Tourism Mail Crew
KATHMANDU : Buddha Air has reduced air fares after the government reduced Rs 10 from the infrastructure tax on aviation fuel through the budget.
As pet the air distance, the flight fares have been reduced in the favor of Nepali passengers from maximum Rs 1,105 to a minimum of Rs 225. Dhangadhi has the highest number and Simara has the lowest. Buddha Air has stated that it is making extensive preparations for the flight after the lockdown. Some of the aircrafts that flew in Lockdown are still undergoing regular maintenance and testing.
Previously, the fare of mountain flights was 3,090 and now it has been reduce to 2,230. Similarly Kathmandu- Bharatpur flight fare has been reduced to 695 from 965 rupees. Kathmandu- Pokhara flight fare has also been reduced to 1,560 from 2,160 rupees. Flight fares of other destinations like Kathmandu- Biratnagar, Kathmandu- Janakpur, Kathmandu- Simara, Kathmandu- Dhangadi, Kathmandu- Nepalgunj, Kathmandu- Bhadrapur, Kathmandu- Tumlingtar, Pokhara- Bharatpur, Pokhara- Bhairahawa, Kathmandu- Rajbiraj, and KAthmandu- Surkhet has also been reduced.
The Civil Aviation Authority has also brought a 'safety guideline' as per the guidelines given by the Civil Aviation Authority to stay safe from infection of Covid-19. The safety guideline covers how to keep passengers, staff, ships clean, ramp buses, cargo, trolleys, various counters and workplaces safe.
Buddha Air has stated in a press release that it will provide training to its employees from next year as per the safety guidelines. Similarly, it has been stated that they will practice accordingly till the end of next year.