March 22: Nepal Airlines Corporation (NCA) has suspended its regular flights to New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore effective from March 22.
The state-owned airline company of Nepal said in a statement that it decided to suspend the flights to India after the Directorate General of Civil Aviation of India issued a notice to halt flights to those destinations in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19.
The Indian aviation regulatory body has imposed a ban till March 29.
The flag carrier of Nepal said it will suspend flights to those destinations in India until the ban expires after March 29.
NAC has assured the passengers that it will refund the amount to anyone who has purchased the ticket in advance.