NAC Airbus’s First Flight Cancelled

Kathmandu, Feb 24: The debut flight of Nepal Airlines Corporations’ new Airbus A 320 has been cancelled on Wednesday.

The flight was cancelled as it had failed to take permission to fly New Delhi from concerned authorities.

The cancellation stranded 131 passengers at the Tribhuvan International Airport.

NAC said that it has made arrangements to send all passengers to their destination by another airplane today itself.

The Airbus had joined NAC fleet on 8th Feb 2015 and has not received flight permission from India.

The permission is expected to arrive by Friday, NAC source said.