KATHMANDU, Sept 27: Mountain flights of Shree Airlines, which were closed for the past three years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, have resumed.
Anil Manandhar, corporate manager at Shree Airlines, shared that the mountain flights have been resumed keeping in mind the convenience of tourists after the situation returned to normalcy following the prevention and control of the coronavirus infection.
The airline will provide mountain flight service through its CRJ 200 series aircraft. A mountain flight takes place at an altitude of 25,000 feet. A charge of Rs 15,000 per person has been fixed for Nepalis and USD 230 per person for foreigners for the 50-minute mountain flight.
The mountain flight service starts at 6:30 AM every day if the weather is alright.