Nepal and India agrees on code exchange in new bilateral air agreement
2nd Aug, 2018 | Tourism Mail Crew
KATHMANDU, Aug 02: The bilateral air agreement between Nepal and India has been revised. As per the agreement Nepal and Indian airlines can now exchange codes between them. Since long period of time Indian Airlines was asking Nepalese airlines to exchange codes. This exchange will help in the business of companies from both the countries.
Code sharing refers to the process in which the person can be sent from one place to another place with same ticket and same pass. After this agreement, the person coming from London can take the ticket in Kathmandu and after taking the ticket from there, the passengers can visit new Delhi with the same boarding pass.
The Minister of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Rabindra Adhikari, said that this system will make travelling more easily. After this the direct flights can get the tickets. Both Nepali as well as Indian passengers can enjoy this service.