With the decision to operate the country’s domestic flights from July 1.
The airlines of domestic flights are busy preparing for the flight by complying with the public health standards.
Leading domestic airline providers Buddha Air, Yeti Airlines, Shree Airlines, Saurya Air, and other airlines have made necessary preparations for non-transit flights.
The airlines have stated that the flight will be operated in full compliance with the health protocol adopted in the flight after the first wave of the previous Covid-19 epidemic.
The airlines have also started booking tickets in a way that effectively complies with passenger safety and public health standards.
Buddha Air has stated that it will formally operate the office from Sunday.
Airlines, which have been operating unofficially with a limited number of staff due to the ban, have also started booking for office operations and passenger convenience after the flight reopened.
Airlines that have flown with huge discounts on air fares on flights after the previous epidemic have said that air fares may increase slightly on the last flight.
Buddha Air has stated that the former airfare will be slightly increased as the Nepal Oil Corporation has increased the price of aviation fuel.
The Ministry of Culture, Tourism, and Civil Aviation had directed the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) to operate domestic flights without increasing 50 percent of the total number of flights from July 1 until further orders. According to the decision, CAN has set flight quotas for airlines.
At present, Buddha Air will operate a total of 31 flights.
The company has scheduled four daily flights from Kathmandu to Biratnagar, three to Bhadrapur, one to Tumlingtar, three to Janakpur, three to Pokhara, five to Bhairahawa, two to Dhangadhi, and one to Surkhet.
Similarly, Yati Airlines will operate a total of 15 flights. Yeti has three flights to Biratnagar, two to Bhadrapur, two to Janakpur, two to Simara and two to Pokhara.
Shree Airlines has seven, Solar Airlines has three flight schedules.
To control the Kovid epidemic, the government had suspended domestic and international flights from May 3 to May 6.
The government had issued a restraining order in various districts of the country, including the Kathmandu Valley, on April 29, following the rise of Covid-19 cases.