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1966 the Fokker F27 was added to the aircraft range. In 1985 Nepal had 181,000 tourists, 80 per cent of whom came by plane. The Royal Nepal Airlines transported 38 per cent of these passenger numbers, but this figure was below the top 50 per cent in 1979.
RNAC's major rival was Indian Airlines Corporation, but newer players were also vying with RNAC for markets. Among them were Singapore Airlines and Lufthansa, which in October 1987 began operating flights directly to Kathmandu-Frankfurt in collaboration with RNAC and now also want other airlines.
There were no incidents with Nepal Airlines planes between 2000 and 2010. Nepal Airlines revealed a new paint job in April 2014 after receiving MA-60 airplanes as a present from the Chinese firm AVIC. The" Rote und Blaue Streifen" (red and azure stripes ) was substituted by the new paint scheme, which is similar to the Nepalese banner.
Nepal Airlines was awarded its first Airbus A 320 plane, Sagarmatha, on February 8, 2015. The second Airbus 320 "Lumbini" arrived in Kathmandu on 30 April 2015. This airplane was loaded with 5 tons of relief supplies, which were flew from the Airbus plant in Hamburg to Nepal during the handover of the airplane.
It was used in response to the 2015 Nepal quake. By 2016, the company is one of the oldest Boeing 757-200 (Registration 9N-ACA) to retire after three decade-long periods of unprofitable operations with high costs of upkeep. It currently has two Airbus A320-200s and one Boeing 757-200M flying internationally.
Nepal Airlines started its on-line reservation services for passengers on 16 July 2017. By the beginning of 2018 Nepal Airlines will expand its aircraft by two Airbus A330-200s, which come from an order from Hi Fly and the AAR Corporation. Nepal Airlines' first Airbus A330-200 landed at Tribhuvan to Kathmandu on 28 June 2018.
It is planning to extend its global operations by adding widebody aircraft in towns such as Seoul Incheon, Tokyo and Sydney. There are 8 national and 8 intercontinental connections to Nepal Airlines from its head office in Tribhuvan Internacional Airport. It also offers several internal services from its local air bases in Biratnagar, Nepalgunj and Pokhara.
Nepal Airlines' internal fleet is equipped with economical classes only. October 17, 2015- The hull of a Nepal Airlines Airbus 9N-AKX jetliner was crashed on the floor after being struck by a food service vehicle at Hong Kong International Airport. We have canceled our 410 Hong Kong to Kathmandu and the plane has landed.
EU prohibition for airlines from Nepal remains in place. Accessed February 17, 2018. a ^ a d ev d a " Story of Nepal Airlines Corporation - FundingUniverse". Retracted 2014-02-16. BBC NEWS - South Asia - Goats Sacrificially Repair Nepal Jet". Accessed April 24, 2015. Prasai, Sangam (April 4, 2016).
Accessed April 15, 2016. April 9, 2016. Accessed April 15, 2016. Nepal Airlines' new Airbus A330-200 arrives at TIA. Retracted 2018-07-05. Accessed April 24, 2015. Aircraft and fleet lists - ch-aviation.com. ch-aviation. Accessed April 24, 2015. kathmandupost.com: "NAC orders 2 Airbus aircraft via Hily. Retracted on June 22, 2017.
NAC's new Airbus A330-200 is expected to be delivered on June 27. April 27, 2018. Accessed June 1, 2018. Nepal Airlines Corporation sells its only old Boeing 757. Aeronautics Nepal. Accessed June 1, 2018. Nepal Airlines Corporation, China based firm signs six airplane contracts, airplanes in Nepal, Nepal Airlines, Local Airlines, Nepal Tours Destination".
Accessed April 24, 2015. Accessed November 18, 2006. Nepal Magazine. Accessed November 18, 2006. DHC6 Nepal in Jomsom on 16 May 2013, "Runway Excursion". Accessed May 16, 2013. DHC6 Nepal near Khidim on 16 February 2014, "Planes on the ground". Retracted 2014-02-16.