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Nepal’s national carrier, Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) is modernising its international fleet with one A330-200 wide-body and one Airbus A320 single aisle aircraft. The new Airbus aircraft will be deployed on international services to Japan and will start connecting Nepal to Europe with direct flights.
The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was formalised at the Dubai air show.

The two class, A330-200 will be deployed on routes to Europe and North Asia and will play an instrumental role in developing Nepal’s tourism industry especially around to country’s ‘Visit Nepal 2011’ tourism campaign to attract foreign tourists. The dual class A320, will be deployed on regional routes and operate as far as the Middle East as well as in South East Asia.

Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) was incorporated on 1 July 1958 through enactment of Nepal Airlines Corporation Act. 2019. The Airline currently flies to 10 international destinations and 30 spectacular domestic locations in the heart of the Himalayas.

Nepal oficials seem happy with the MoM of these new airliners, but it is to see in the coming days whether these aircraft will boost their fleet or will these aircraft have similar condition as to those of the previous Boeings'.

Sources: Airbus, Nepal Airlines Corporation, NepalNews, Kantipur

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