Stories Tagged 'Nepal airlines'
The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal said it was ‘unlikely but possible’ that Nepal Airlines’ would start flying to Osaka in March-end, indicating that the national flag carrier had many safety deficiencies to fix first. The aviation agency’s statement followed Nepal Airlines’ announcement that it would be launching a nonstop service to Japan with its brand new Airbus A330 next month.
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The country’s national flag carrier, Nepal Airlines, has been involved in a series of corruption cases involving aircraft sale and lease in previous years. One recent trend that has garnered widespread media attention is the procurement of two wide-body Airbus A330 jets.
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A visiting delegation from Japan’s Kansai International Airport, Osaka, has welcomed the Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC)’s plan to resume flights on the airport and assured full cooperation to make things happen.
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The Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on Wednesday asked the Public Procurement Monitoring Office to present a detailed report showing whether the procurement process followed by Nepal Airlines to buy two Airbus A330 jets was legal or not.
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Minister for Tourism and Civil Aviation Rabindra Adhikari has directed the Nepal Airlines Corporation to present all documents related to the purchase of two wide-body aircraft.
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Nepali Congress (NC) member of parliament, Minendra Rijal has alleged that there had been irregularities during the purchase of wide-body aircraft and demanded investigation into it.
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