NAC aircrafts arrive at TIA with medical supplies

Nepal evacuate its citizens from Hubei

KATHMANDU, April 17: Two wide-body A-330 aircrafts of Nepal Airlines Corporation have landed in Kathmandu with medical supplies essential in the fight against COVID-19.

A source at the Tribhuvan International Airport said the two chartered aircraft landed at the airport this morning. However, it is not yet known the quantity and type of the medical supplies have been brought from Guangzhou.

The aircraft of the national flag-carrier NAC had flown to Guangzhou in China on Thursday night to bring the medical goods. Two business groups had chartered the aircraft.

Before this, medical supplies were brought from Guangzhou on March 29 and April 2.