Himalaya Airlines to starts direct flights to Doha

Kathmandu, May 23: Himalaya Airlines is all set to start its direct scheduled flights to Doha from Kathmandu from May 31. The airline will fly its new Airbus 320-214 from Kathmandu to Doha on a regular basis. The flight has 150 economy and 8 business class seats. According to the press statement of the company, The flight will depart from Kathmandu at 2300 hours (local time), and land at 0130 hours (local time) in Doha. Similarly, the return flight will depart at 0230 hours from Doha and land in Kathmandu at 1015 hours the next day. Vice President of the company Mr. Vijay Shreshtha said, "We feel honored to announce that we are starting our first scheduled flight to Doha on May 31, 2016 with a purpose to advance tourism and business."

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    Kathmandu, May 23: Three climbers died in three days on Mount Everest, including a Sherpa and two Westerners. Two other climbers are missing. This year's climbing season on the world's highest peak resumed in April after a two-year hiatus due to a catastrophic earthquake that struck Nepal in 2015 and a deadly avalanche that killed 16 Sherpas in one day in 2014. But tragedy struck again as au यो [...]

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    Kathmandu, May 22: Some 30 climbers have developed frostbite or become sick near the summit of Mount Everest, a mountaineering official said Sunday, after two deaths from apparent altitude sickness in recent days highlighted the risks on the world’s highest mountain. Most of the sick climbers suffered frostbite while attempting to reach the summit or on their descent, Mountaineering Department यो [...]

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  • Stranded mountaineers rescued from Sore Bung Kath

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  • PM Oli’s appeal, ” Nepal is secure to visit and invest.”

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