MOUntain flight offers in Nepal ‘buy one get one free’

The mountain flight in Nepal which was halted for almost 9 months resumed from yesterday. Buddha Air conducted 1 hour Everest Experience flight yesterday whereas other airlines will be resuming soon. The mountain flights have been started after the gradual revival of the tourism industry following the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic.

BUDDHA AIR MOUNTAIN FLIGHT OFFERS IN NEPAL

Airlines have started offering special packages with heavy discounts to lure the passengers for the mountain flight. Buddha Air announced a ‘Buy One Get One Free’ offer for its 1 hour long Everest Experience mountain flight where passengers buying tickets for window seats will get another non-window seat for free. The fare of this mountain flight is Nrs.8900 and it is applicable for Nepali citizens only. This offer is applicable after 5th December 2020 (EVERY SATURDAY) and external cost of Nrs. 255 will be charged as per the terms and conditions of the Buddha Air. You can book this exclusive offer mountain flight from the official website of Buddha Air (Click Here) or contact the sales office or travel agencies.

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MOUNTAIN FLIGHT OFFERS IN NEPAL (BUDDHA AIR)

Buddha Air’s Everest Experience mountain flight begins from Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu, and flies passengers to enjoy magnificent views of Mount Everest, Mount Makalu, Mount Nuptse, Mount Gaurishankar, and other Himalayan ranges. The airline says the ‘Buy One Get One Free’ offer is best for those unable to trek to the mountains.

Everest Mountain Flight in Nepal | Buddha Air Everest Experience

The airlines said, “Previously, all our passengers were guaranteed a window seat but this time, we have incorporated slight changes to our seating arrangements. Among the couple, one passenger will be seated at the window seat whereas the other will be seated on a non-window seat. Since the mountains are just 20 miles away from the window panel, the seating arrangement does not stop one from witnessing the panoramic view of the majestic mountains, mystical lakes, and glaciers. “

YETI AIRLINES MOUNTAIN FLIGHT OFFERS IN NEPAL

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MOUNTAIN FLIGHT OFFERS IN NEPAL FOR NEPALI CITIZENS (YETI AIRLINES)

Not only Buddha, but another competitive company Yeti Airlines also announced the ‘Buy One Get One Free’ offer for its Everest Experience flight. All the conditions are the same as Buddha Air’s offer however, the ticket price is slightly high that stands at Nrs. 8999. Besides, Yeti has introduced the same offer for Indian citizens and ex-pats in which the ticket price is Nrs. 13,499. These offers are also applicable Every Saturday after 5th December 2020 and passengers can book the ticket by contacting the sales office, travel agencies, or online platforms.

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MOUNTAIN FLIGHT OFFERS IN NEPAL FOR INDIAN CITIZENS (YETI AIRLINES)
Nepal Mountain Flight - Everest Express with Yeti Airlines, Nepal

The tourism industry of Nepal has been recovering gradually as the long imposed lockdown ended and the government of Nepal permitted tourism entrepreneurs to initiate the industry with proper safety precautions. Hotels, Restaurants, and other hospitality businesses are resuming whereas the aviation industry is slowly becoming stable.

Internal tourism is increasing day by day as the arrival of foreign tourists is minimal in this situation. So, domestic airlines in Nepal are offering reasonable flight tickets and travel packages to encourage internal tourists. Regular passenger flights to various remote regions and trunk routes are happening in a good number. The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal has directed to conduct flights with the necessary safety precautions that are vital for preventing the COVID-19 outbreak. All the health conditions of the passengers are checked before boarding the aircraft, flight crews are provided with PPEs, aircraft are disinfected regularly, and proper safety measures are applied on board the flights too.

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