NAC making efforts to improve inner management
4th Feb, 2018 | Tourism Mail Crew
KATHMANDU, Feb 04: The Nepal Airlines Corporation has been working actively to improve management and increase the number of aircraft to service customers more efficiently.
Secretary of Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Mr Krishna Prasad Devkota, said that the government will help by adding and updating the airplanes for Nepal Airlines Corporation. He said that the corporation should also be able to develop competitiveness in terms of new technology and management.
Devkota, who is also chairman of the Corporation's board committee, said, "If the institution's reputation increases, the workers also give respect," said Devkota, "The practical plan presented by the corporation should be implemented legally with no pressure on anyone."
Managing Director of NAC Sugatratna Kansakar recently informed that the airplanes will be flying at eight international destinations. Soon, two wide-body aircraft will be delivered which will fly to South Korea, Japan and Saudi Arabia.
The NAC has been actively involved in increasing the airplanes and improving management,"said Kansakar in a program to welcome the newly elected Chairman Devkota. Similarly, Corporate Director of NAC, Rabindra Shrestha, said that he expected the government’s help in the endeavour. Subhash Dangi, President of the official trade union, spoke about the role of the government in the development of the Corporation.