Hong Kong's Dragonair to Resume Nepal Flights

Hong Kong's regional carrier Dragonair will resume its scheduled Hong Kong-Kathmandu-Hong Kong flights beginning on October 29, according to an airlines' official.

On its resumption of Kathmandu flight, Dragonair will operate two flights a week on every Sunday and Thursday with airbus A320, the airlines' office manager in Nepal C.M. Chan told the press Thursday.

Dragonair had pulled out from the Kathmandu route in 1992 citing commercial reasons. Its resumption of Kathmandu flights is

expected to bring in large number of tourists to Nepal.

(People’s Daily 10/19/2000)

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