Domestic flights resumed on Thursday after an almost two-month hiatus owing to the second wave of COVID-19.
All private flights, including Yeti, Buddha, and other aircraft, restarted fifths with the authorization of Nepal’s Civil Aviation Authority.
Despite the fact that private airplanes are required to follow strict health protocols, no one is doing so. Covid-19 will most certainly increase in the country as a result of this.
Flights to practically all destinations around the country have resumed, according to the Tribhuvan International Airport Office, following the health procedure.