Bad weather compelled to cancel flights: Buddha Air
January 30, 2018 07:27 PM NPT
KATHMANDU, Jan 30: Buddha Air has said that the ongoing dense fog in the southern part of the country has forced the airline to cancel the flights in the region.
Issuing a press statement on Tuesday, all the flights to Biratnagar on Monday were canceled due to the low visibility of 2000 meters in the airport. Likewise, Bhairahawa airport was shut due to the dense fog whereas Nepalgunj airport was closed for the maintenance after 3 pm.
The airline has claimed that it is committed to providing its service to its valuable customers and has updated all its aircrafts flight and fleet maintenance according to the international standards.
Due to the bad weather during the winter season, the company is forced to suspend its flight to the region where there is low visibility and the airline itself also has to suffer the economic burden.
The airline has urged all the stakeholders to understand the reason behind the flight cancellation and reiterated that the company is very serious about the safety of its passengers and is making its efforts on better service.