Domestic flights resume after seven months

Domestic flights have been reopened from today due to a lockdown order issued to reduce the risk of corona-virus infection.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) has given permission to airlines to fly by setting health safety standards from today.
Accordingly, the airlines have started flights from today.
From today, the number of flights will be only 25 percent. NEA has informed that the flight quota has been determined based on the crowd management and demand of the airport.
Passengers must wear a mask while flying. They will also have to wear visors, but visors will be arranged by the airlines themselves. The cost of which will be added to the ticket.
The airlines will have to arrange for a non-contact boarding process to reach the airport on time as much as possible and the passengers will also have to do everything by maintaining distance.
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)