Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) has resumed service between Kathmandu and Mumbai.
The national flag carrier, NAC, resumed flight operations on Sunday, nearly two years after it was suspended. The flight services had been harmed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The airline has stated that it will operate three flights per week.
The Indian government lifted a two-year-old ban on international flights in order to control COVID-19.
Following the COVID-19 pandemic, flight services resumed in accordance with the Air Bubble Agreement (ABA) signed by Nepal and India.
As a result, the two countries’ Air Bubble Agreement has been terminated.