Partners have scrutinized the legislature for neither continuing standard flights nor proceeding with sanctioned flights.
In spite of the fact that the legislature had reported resumption of ordinary departures from August 17, it deferred the arrangement to September 1 refering to the expanding danger of COVID-19 pandemic. Beginning from June 10, around 600 sanctioned flights have been directed till date and from August 17 the fifth period of repatriation flights will start.
“It appears to be a couple of travel services have affected the administration’s choice,” said Achyut Guragain, leader of Nepal Association of Tour and Travel Agents.
Be that as it may, after the administration came in for analysis over the airfares charged from transients, it guided carrier organizations to diminish the tolls.
In view of the avionics rule of expanding airfare when the interest is high, customary flights likewise will be costly for travelers, he included.
Up until this point, a sum of 51,441 Nepalis have get back by means of repatriation flights. During the fifth period of repatriation flights, 43 flights will be directed.