Nepal greenlights regular flights to China, Qatar, Turkey amid flight suspension

The Nepali government has decided to allow once-a-week flights to China, Qatar and Turkey as all international flights except two flights per week with India have remained suspended in the country’s efforts to curb a deadly new wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, a Nepali cabinet minister said Friday.

“Regular flights once a week were opened for these destinations to ease travel for Nepalis and foreign nationals amid continued suspension of international flights,” Bhanu Bhakta Dhakal, minister for culture, tourism and civil aviation, told Xinhua.

“The Tourism Ministry would decide the date of regular flights,” he said.

Nepali officials said another objective of the move is to get supply of medical goods in…

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