Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) has started Bhairahawa-Delhi and Bhairahawa-Hong Kong air flights from today.
Both flights, Bhairahawa-Delhi and Bhairahawa-Hong Kong, remained without passengers.
The NAC operated flights to Delhi and Hong Kong from Bhairahawa via Kathmandu from today.
General Manager of Bhairahawa-based Gautam Buddha International Airport, Hansa Raj Pandey, said air flights from Bhairahawa-Delhi and Bhairahawa-Hong Kong via Kathmandu have been operated from NAC’s aircraft arriving in Bhairahawa from Malaysia once in a week.
He mentioned that no passengers boarded the plane from Gautam Buddha International Airport for today’s flights.
Passengers heading towards Hong Kong are sent to the destination via Kathmandu while passengers heading towards Delhi are sent to the destination from connecting flights at Tribhuvan International Airport.
The NAC had opened ticket booking from August 27 for both routes.
The NAC had started the Malaysia-Bhairahawa route from June 13 and have made 12 flights so far.