Himalaya Airlines Second Aircraft landed at TIA

31st Jan, 2017 | Tourism Mail Crew

KAthMANDU, Jan 31:Himalaya Airlines, welcomed its second brand new Airbus 320-214 into its fleet, at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu today.

H9 2nd aircraft welcomed by a traditional water cannon salute

The aircraft, with the registration number 9N-ALV, was welcomed by a ceremonial water cannon salute after it touched down, arriving from Hamburg, Germany.

Honorable Minister of Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Mr. JeebanBahadurShahi, graced the ceremony of welcoming the aircraft.

 The much-anticipated arrival was witnessed by Himalaya Airlines’ Vice ,Jatinderpal Singh Dhillon, and H9 senior management team.

“With the arrival of the second Airbus 320, Himalaya Airlines team is highly inspired to work harder towards achieving excellence in our services”, Mr. Vijay Shrestha, Vice President- Administration said.

“It enables us to bring new opportunities to connect Nepal directly with new destinations and contribute towards the economic development of the country and her people.The arrival of 2nd aircraft within its first year of operation is definitely a milestone for Himalaya Airlines as well as for the Nepalese Aviation industry,” he added.

H9 Crew welcoming team

The airline’s new A320 aircraft has 158 seats in two class configurations, 8 for Business and 150 for Economy, ensuring high level of flying comfort.

This year, Himalaya Airlines will be flying directly to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on February 10th and Yangon, Myanmar on February 24th. In the upcoming months of 2017, Himalaya Airlines plans to connect to Dammam, Delhi, Ahmedabad and Chennai in the first phase and later to Dubai, Hongkong, Bangkok, Beijing, Lhasa and Chengdu as well.

Over the coming five years, the airline aims at acquiring 15 Airbus 320 family aircraft and plans to connect Kathmandu to various new destinations in Asia and beyond. The company will introduce long haul wide body aircraft of A330 family in due course of time for the operation of direct flights to Japan, Korea, Europe, Australia, and America.

H9 Team with 2 Aircrafts