Buddha Air all set to connect Paro
Buddha Air, a leading domestic airline better known for mountain flights in Nepal, has done all preparations to make its foray commencing direct flight from Kathmandu to Paro in Bhutan from August 23.
According to a statement issued by the airline, Buddha Air will initially operate four flights a week on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday using an 18-seater Beech 1900D aircraft.” The carrier will increase the frequency to seven weekly flights subsequently,” the statement said.
The air service agreement between Nepal and Bhutan allows both sides to have seven flights a week between Kathmandu and Paro.
Buddha Air currently has 4 Beech 1900D planes and has the capacity of operating up to 12 flights or transporting 192 passengers to Paro per day.