Five-point decision made by the Council of Ministers regarding aviation


4th May, 2021 | Tourism Mail Crew


KATHMANDU, May 04: The government has made a five-point decision on aviation. The decision was taken at a cabinet meeting held on Sunday.

Here are the decisions:

1. To suspend regular domestic flights from 12:00 am on May 3, to May 14, 2021 AD.
 

2. To suspend all international flights from 12:00 pm on May 6 to May 14, 2021 AD.

3. To fully comply with the health standards, to stay in the hotel listed by the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation for 10 days in a mandatory quarantine. A joint team of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Nepal Tourism Board and Nepal Police will daily monitor the hotel quarantine and report daily to the Covid-19 Crisis Management Center. If it is found that the passenger who is supposed to stay in the hotel quarantine has not complied with the health standards and has not stayed in the quarantine, he / she should send a letter to the retiring authority for action as per the Infectious Diseases Act, 2020. Arrangements will be made by the concerned airlines to bear the quarantine expenses of all the passengers of any flight if they are given a boarding pass.

4. The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation will issue flight permits in full compliance with health safety standards for domestic and international chartered and rescue flights.

5. Mandatory PCR report with barcode and photo of passengers coming / going from chartered and rescue international flights.