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KATHMANDU: Indian airline company, Vistara is launching daily flight service between New Delhi and Kathmandu from February 11.
According to the company’s website, the bookings for the flights have opened from Tuesday.
The company has said that the round-trip all-inclusive fares for Delhi-Kathmandu-Delhi start at INR 9,999. Likewise, for the round-trip, all-inclusive fares for Kathmandu-Delhi-Kathmandu start at NPR 16,999.
In a statement, the company’s CEO Leslie Thng said they are pleased to launch services to Kathmandu adding that the timing could not have been any better, as Nepal is currently observing its global tourism campaign — Visit Nepal 2020 aiming to bring in 2 million tourists this year.
Thng said that these factors make Kathmandu a promising addition to Vistara’s growing network.
Vistara, dubbed as India’s only five-star carrier, is an Indian airline company established as a joint venture of Tata Groups and Singapore Airlines.