Stories By 'SANGAM PRASAIN'
Nepal’s accession to the Montreal Convention 1999 (MC99) has moved a step closer as the Cabinet’s Economic and Infrastructure Committee has approved the draft bill tabled by the Tourism Ministry.
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Nepal’s cereal import bill hit a new record high in the first 11 months of the fiscal year, largely due to soaring demand for fine rice and maize used as animal feed.
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Hordes of Indian travellers returning from their Kailash Mansarovar pilgrimage in Tibet breathed a sigh of relief on Tuesday after “partly good weather” permitted nearly a dozen flights to and from Simikot Airport.
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Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) will finally welcome its first long-range Airbus A330 at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) on Thursday, culminating a bizarre procurement process that began nearly a decade ago and was marked by corruption charges, parliamentary hearings and imprisonment of its top brass.
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A looming shortage of pilots has prompted Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) to turn to international recruitment agencies for help.
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Nepal and Japan on Monday revised their bilateral air services agreement (ASA), increasing the number of flights seven-fold from twice weekly to 14 weekly flights with any type of aircraft on a reciprocal basis.
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