June 5, 2020 | Investopaper
Buddha Air has reduced air fares after the price of aviation fuel fell by Rs 25 per liter. The airlines has reduced the airfare from a minimum of Rs 225 to Rs 1,105 depending on the air distance.
Buddha Air has stated that the flight will be operated as per the reduced price as soon as the flight opens. The price of aviation fuel was decreased by Rs 15 by the Oil Corporation on April 1 and the additional tax was removed by Rs 10 through the budget brought by the government.
Buddha Air has reduced the price of mountain flight by Rs 860. The airlines has reduced the air faress by Rs 270 on Kathmandu-Bharatpur flight and Rs 395 on Kathmandu-Pokhara flight.
Similarly, Kathmandu-Biratnagar fare is Rs 600, Kathmandu-Janakpur fare is Rs 320, Kathmandu-Simra fare is Rs 225. Also, Kathmandu-Bhairahawa flight fare is Rs 525, Kathmandu-Dhangadhi flight fare is Rs 1,105, Kathmandu-Nepalgunj flight fare is Rs 825. Rs. 725 for Kathmandu-Bhadrapur and Rs. 465 for Kathmandu-Tumlingtar flights.
Likewise, the airlines reduced air fares of Rs 270 on Biratnagar-Tumlingtar flight, Rs 785 on Pokhara Mountain flight, Rs 280 on Pokhara-Bharatpur flight, Rs 325 on Pokhara-Bhairahawa flight, Rs 510 on Kathmandu-Rajbiraj flight and Rs 865 on Kathmandu-Surkhet flight Rupees.
Buddha Air is a Nepalese domestic airline based in Jawalakhel, Nepal. The airline began operations on 11 October 1997. It is the largest and longest operating privately owned domestic airlines of Nepal. It has 13 Aircraft in the fleet which includes Beechcraft 1900D (B1900D), ATR 42-320 and ATR 72-500.