June 8: Nepal Airlines Corporation, the national flag-carrier of Nepal, has reduced international airfare following a slash in aviation fuel for international flights.
Airfares of cargo and chartered international flights have been reduced from Sunday midnight following a decline in price of aviation fuel for international flights, NAC spokesperson Karishma Shrestha informed.
Airfares for wide-body aircraft (Airbus 330) and narrow-body aircraft (Airbus 320) have been slashed by 13 per cent and 15 per cent respectively as compared to the previous fares, the state-owned national news agency RSS reported.
As per the adjusted price list, airfares of chartered and cargo flights (wide-body) have been fixed at USD 13,460 per hour against the previous fare of USD 15,520.
Likewise, airfares for narrow-body aircraft have been adjusted at USD 6,580 per hour against USD 7,710.