Jazeera Airways to resume flights from Bhairahawa

The Jazeera Airways is resuming its flight to Kuwait from Bhairahawa starting from March 9.

Bhishma Prasad Neupane, Chairman of Siddhartha Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI), said that Amit Nagarath, commercial manager of Jazeera Airways Nepal office, has informed them that the Airways will resume flights from Bhairahawa on March 9.

In addition to the SCCI, Nepal Travels and Tours Association (NATTA), Lumbini, had been holding discussion with the Jazeera and lobbying for resuming flights.

Jazeera had started international flights from 16 May, 2022, the day when the Gautam Buddha International Airport was inaugurated and continued it till 18 December, during with it has 154 take off and similar number of landing; 13,593 passengers had flown while 18,025 landed in the period.

However, the airways had suspended its flights in the pretext of weather since December 18 as there is no installing of Instrumental Landing System due to India’s apathy. (TRN)