Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Buddha Air to fly to Tumlingtar

Buddha Air will be starting regular flights to Tumlingtar from Sunday.
The airlines has even conducted a successful test flight on the route on its Beech 1900 ‘D’ aircraft, the private airliner said.
Buddha Air will operate two 30 minutes flights daily three days a week from Kathmandu. From Biratnagar the airline will operate three 20 minutes flights daily, it added.
Buddha Air currently flies on nine destinations in the country with a fleet of world’s best aircrafts in operation with four 18 seat Beechcraft-1900 D, three 47 seat ATR-42 and one 72 seat ATR 72-500 flying out currently.

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