Nepal Airlines takes delivery of the first Airbus A320
Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) – the countries national flag carrier, has taken delivery of its first Airbus A320 aircraft sporting the companies new striking company livery.
The Nepal Airlines A320 is also equipped with fuel saving Sharklet fuel tip devices as the airline moves to an all Airbus jet fleet.
The handover took place in Hamburg, the aircraft then made its way to the airlines home base in Kathmandu where it was welcomed at a ceremony attended by government and airline officials.
Madan Kharel, Managing Director, Nepal Airlines Corporation said.
“Aviation is our window to the world and the world’s window to explorers, trekkers, cultural and ecological visitors to our ‘Naturally’ beautiful Nepal, our new A320 with Sharklets will help us to expand air services in the region, to increase capacity and to capitalise in the growth of high value tourism by offering our visitors world class comfort and service levels.”
Nepal Airlines currently flies to four international destinations and 25 domestic locations in the heart of the Himalayas.
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