Tourism And Civil Aviation

Tourism and Civil Aviation News November 2015

The four-star American chain hotel, Fairfield Marriott which is being built at the tourist hub of Thamel in the capital will commence operation from Mar/April 2016. “The hotel will start its services from Mar/Apr next year,” said Shashikant Agrawal, managing director of MS Group, the Nepali partner of the project. . . . Read more »

Tourism and Civil Aviation News October 2015

Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) has restarted flights to Bangalore after a nine year gap. NAC’s Bangalore route was shut down in 2006 and restarted on September 1, 2015 due to market demand, said NAC spokesperson Ram Hari . . . Read more »

Tourism and Civil Aviation News eptember 2015

Dragonair has honoured its top performing passenger and cargo agents in its annual agency awards for excellent service to passengers and their contribution to the success of Dragonair during 2014. The awards were handed out during the company’s 30th anniversary celebrations held in . . . Read more »

Tourism and Aviation News August 2015

Hotels and resorts in the country can now participate in a campaign aimed at informing travellers around the world about the condition of their hotels. Drupartment Pvt. Ltd, an IT service provider for the hospitality industry, has started a service, ‘Nepal Hotel . . . Read more »

Tourism News October 2014

Tara Air has successfully conducted a test flight to Manang by a German built Dornier Do-228 Aircraft. The flight operated by Captain Bodh Raj Niraula and Rajesh Shrestha took off from Pokhara Airport and landed successfully at Manang . . . Read more »

Tourism News September 2014

Himalaya Airlines Pvt Ltd, formerly known as Yeti Airlines International, is starting its international operation in Nepal from October 28. The airline is promoted by Yeti World Investment Pvt Ltd and HIF Aviation Investment Company Pvt Ltd from Nepal and Tibet Airlines from the People´s Republic of China. . . . Read more »

Sherpa’s Insurance Gets a Hike

The government has raised the insurance amount of the high altitude workers and the mountaineering guides to Rs 1.5 million. Earlier it was one million rupees. Along with that the government has also raised the medical insurance for such workers to Rs 400,000 from 200,000. . . . Read more »