Stories Tagged 'Airlines'
In March 2015, a Turkish Airlines jet skidded off the runway and veered onto the grassy shoulder during landing at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA). The Airbus A330 carrying 224 passengers came to a stop barely 100 metres from the airport fuel depot.full story »
Domestic airlines have jacked up the fuel surcharge steeply threatening to put air travel out of reach of a vast section of the population.full story »
Domestic airlines have been facing an extremely high traffic load as a large number of people working or studying in the Kathmandu Valley have started returning home to celebrate Dashain with their families.full story »
Nepal Airlines has been flying with 50 seats empty on its Kuala Lumpur and Hong Kong services in order to save weight so that the aircraft can carry extra fuelfull story »
After the Turkish Airlines crash in March and subsequent April 25 earthquake, which affected the aviation sector severely, airlines are bracing for another potential turbulence: Shortage of aviation turbine fuelfull story »
Domestic airlines have launched an airfare war in a bid to lure passengers as they have had to fly with rows of empty seats.full story »