Kailash helicopters imports new helicopter

Kailash helicopters imports new helicopter

Kailash Helicopter Service

Kailash Helicopter Services started by youth entrepreneurs, have imported a new helicopter.

The company imported a helicopter from French aircraft manufacturer Airbus, of the model S 350 B3 Series. The 300 million company intends to import another helicopter in the near future.

Kailash Helicopter Service

The helicopter came in from Singapore on Saturday. The process to obtain AOC flight permission for the helicopter has already started, informed the Managing Director, Pratap Jung Pandey.

Kailash Helicopter Service

Kailash Helicopter Services is operated by youth entrepreneurs including Captain Aashish Sherchan, Pratap Jung Pandey, Shree Ram K.C., Ishwari Paudel, Sunil Shrestha, Rajesh Kumar Pandit, C.N. Pandey, Shree Hari Kuike, etc. The group also has investments in the tourism and banking sectors. The company will use the helicopter for chartered flights, rescues, mountain flights, etc.

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Source: Tourismmail

Nepal, Malaysia sign revised ASA

Nepal, Malaysia sign revised ASA

Nepal and Malaysia on Friday signed a revised bilateral air service agreement (ASA) increasing frequency up to 28 flights a week from the present 21, on a reciprocal basis. The move is aimed at boosting the number of air seats as the existing allocations for Malaysian-based airlines have been overwhelmed by a jump in demand.


The two countries had last amended the ASA on December 12, 2007, when they agreed to increase the number of direct flights to 21 from seven weekly.

Suresh Acharya, joint-secretary at the Tourism Ministry, and Periappan Chandrase-karan, under-secretary at the Aviation Division of Malays-ia’s Ministry of Transport, signed the agreement. Malaysia had asked Nepal to raise the frequency to 42 flights weekly. However, considering an increased frequency would affect the national flag carrier’s market share on the most lucrative sector, the Malaysian government’s request was not fulfilled, government official said.

The two sides also agreed to review the existing route schedule. As per the agreement, airlines of both countries can use any airports. Since new international airports are being developed in Nepal, Malaysian-based airlines will be allowed to pick the airport they want to link. The new accord has also permitted third-party code-sharing by domestic and international carriers of the two countries, said Pramod Nepal, under-secretary at the ministry. “Besides, the countries have agreed on mutual cooperation to promote tourism.” A number of issues such as joint tourism promotion, changes in route schedules and third party code-sharing will also be discussed during the negotiations.

Currently, Malaysia Airlines, Malindo Air and budget carrier Air Asia X link Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport. As the allocated frequency for Malaysian-based airlines had been consumed, the ministry had permitted them to operate seven additional flights under a temporary operating permit scheme. The scheme has ended with the agreement.

New entrant Malindo started daily scheduled flights between Kathmandu and Kuala Lumpur on February 6. Nepal’s national flag carrier Nepal Airlines currently serves the sector with a daily flight. Start-up Himalaya Airlines also plans to operate on the route.

According to Tribhuvan International Airport statistics, the growth of Malaysia Airlines and Air Asia has been exceptional. In the first six months of 2014, Malaysia Airlines flew 88,686 travellers, up 142.11 percent year-on-year, while Air Asia flew 105,888 passengers, up 86.46 percent.

Malaysia is the top recruiter of Nepali migrant workers. A rough estimate shows around 500,000 Nepalis are presently working in Malay-sia. According to the Depart-ment of Foreign Employment, 156,770 migrant workers left for Malaysia in 2012-13 against 98,367 in 2011-12.

Nepal has revised bilateral ASAs with four countries in the last two years. On April 2013, Nepal and the UAE signed an enhanced ASA permitting operation of 70 flights per week with any type of aircraft. The ASA with China was revised in February 2014 permitting the operation of 56 flights from 14 flights per week. The ASA with Bhutan was revised in May last year increasing the number of flights between the two countries three-fold to 21 per week with any type of aircraft.

The ministry plans to sign new ASAs with Australia, Iceland, Cambodia and Vietnam and revise the ASAs with Saudi Arabia and Pakistan.

Source: Ekantipur

Explore Nepal: Your Dream Vacation

Explore Nepal: Your Dream Vacation

Nepal and Himalayas have been the synonym words for Nepal enjoys the pride of having 8 out of 10 highest peaks of the world! We don’t have only mountains but our unique geography has given us green hills and valleys, rivers, subtropical forests and flat lands all adding beauty to our country. Apart from geographical diversity, we have incredible cultural diversity within the boundary of our small Himalayan Kingdom. We have a number of ethnic groups, each with their own languages, cultures, and costumes, all living in perfect harmony.

UNESCO World Heritage Site of Nepal

UNESCO has declared 7 World Heritage Sites, all inside Kathmandu Valley. These seven World Heritage Sites are all amazing man-made wonders still standing majestically – some of them as old as 2500 years. Although their close proximity means you could probably travel to each sight in a single day, you’ll need two to three days in the city of Kathmandu to get the full experience of each location.



Pokhara Tour

The Pokhara Valley, a land of spectacular beauty crowned by the majestic Himalayas, conjures visions of calm but vibrant green hills. Loaded with luxuriant vegetation and dotted with shimmering lakes, the valley offers awesome vistas. Magnificent image of Mount Machhapuchhare reflected in the clear waters of the Lake Phewa leaves everyone spellbound. One of the Nepal’s adventure hubs, it has reputation of being the second home for the tourists worldwide.


Mountain Flight

Mountain flights offer passengers a spectacular view of the Himalayan peaks.The one hour mountain flight takes within camera range of some of the highest peaks in the world. The peaks are Gosaithan, Dorje Lhakpa, Phurbi Chyachu. Choba Bhamare, Mt. GauriShankar, Melungtse, Chugimago, mt. Numbur, Karyolung, Cho-Oyu, Gyachungkang, Pumori, Nuptse and finally Mt.Everest. Mountain flights are offered by serveral domestic airlines in the nation.Mountain-Flight


Jungle Safari in Nepal

As the crow files, ninety Kilometers south – west of Kathmanndu, is the Chitwan National park. Widely acknowledged as one of the best national park in Asia, it spreads over a total area 967 square kilometers… In the north- west section of the park is an island known as the Bandarjhola. Surrounded by the Narayani River, this unique island consists of riverine forest, tall grassland, marshland, numerous inlets and oxbow lakes. Such a diverse combination of nature is found only here on this island providing a perfect habitat for wildlife.Chitwan National Park


Trekking in Annapurna Region

This trek is the one of best views of annapurna range, nilgiri , Dhaulagiri , Tukuche peak , Dhampus peak , Hiunchuli ,Machhapuchhre , Gangapurna, Lamjung Himal other many more greatest views of mountains you never seen before. which is make you the real adventure of life time. This trekking is the suit for who have short holidays this trekking route is much best because in the Annapurna region Poon Hill is the best panoramic place in earth. some famous Trekking itinerary as bellows no worry if you have short time we take you the you top of hill than you enjoy to touch with mountains views.Annapurna Region