Jazeera Airways started booking ticket to fly to Gautam Buddha International Airport
KATHMANDU, Feb 21:International flights, which have been stalled at Gautam Buddha International Airport for two months, will resume from March 9. Himalaya Airlines and Jazeera Airways canceled flights due to bad weather and non-operation of the Instrument Landing System (ILS).
Airport spokesperson Subas Jha said that Jazeera Airways has already published the regular flight schedule from March 9.
The weather has been favorable. Jazeera has already started ticketing to resume regular flights from here on March 9," spokesperson Jha said. "Himalaya Airlines has not been contacted for re-flights."
Since the ILS system has not been put into operation at this airport, which has been in operation since about a year ago, it has not been fully operational.