Summit adds L410 to its fleet

- Post Report, Kathmandu

Oct 11, 2017-Summit Air, formerly Goma Air, has added 18-seater L410 aircraft to its fleet. The aircraft, which has flown less than 2,000 hours since it was manufactured, arrived in Kathmandu on Tuesday from New Delhi, the airline said.

The aircraft was flown by Captain Stephen Jolly from Algeria. With the addition of the new aircraft, Summit Air has a fleet of four L410 aircraft.

The aircraft is equipped with latest Avionics and would be the first in Nepal in its category with air conditioning facility, the airline said in a statement.

The aircraft will begin commercial operation after obtaining necessary permits from the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal. The aircraft will fly to short take-off and landing airfields in eastern, western and mid-western Nepal. 

Published: 11-10-2017 08:33

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