Kohalpur,30 September. The government has increased the quota for domestic flights with effect from Thursday. The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) had earlier given a flight schedule of 21 September when the flight started from 30 September.
Meanwhile, Authority has increased the daily flight quota given to companies aimed increasing pressure from air passengers. According to , Buddha Air will now be able to operate 25 flights daily.
Earlier, Buddha Air was allowed to operate 18 daily flights. Now, the Yati airline can operate 18 flights daily. Earlier, it was allowed 11 flights.
According to CAAN sources, Shree Air has received permission for 12 daily flights. Earlier, only six flights were allowed.
CAAN has given permission to Simrik and Saurya for 2/2 flights. Earlier, these two airlines were allowed one flight each.
Even Summit, Tara and Sita Air, which fly from Kathmandu to remote areas, can now operate four daily flights. Earlier, these companies had received a schedule from CAAN to be able to operate three flights. According to CAAN, this schedule will be implemented throughout the month of October.
After that, depending on the situation, it may be decided to add more flights. According to the companies, the attraction of passengers of domestic flights has been seen after the lockdown and ban. At present, more than 90 percent of the seats are filled.