KATHMANDU, Sept 18: Vistara, an Indian private investment airline company, is now going to fly Kathmandu-Delhi-Hong Kong two-way. Vistara has announced plans to start Kathmandu-Delhi-Hong Kong two-way flights from November 1.
The airline will deploy A320 narrow-body aircraft for this route, and passengers can conveniently book tickets through mobile apps, websites, and travel agencies.
Prasanna Adhikari, executive officer of the airline in Nepal, said that Vistara is going to start Kathmandu-Delhi-Hong Kong two-way flight from November 1.
Adhikari said that this facility will be beneficial for travelers who want to travel from Kathmandu to Delhi via Hong Kong and from Hong Kong to Delhi via Kathmandu.
Vistara currently operates regular flights between Kathmandu and Delhi. For passengers, Vistara is also providing 'spa' facilities at a discount of 25 to 35 percent.
The airline has been providing 'spa' facilities at Hotel Solti and 'Tranquility Spa' at Radisson.
The airline is a joint venture of the established Indian company Tata Group and Singapore Airlines. It has been flying regularly to 30 different destinations in the world including Nepal.
The airline has been providing the facility of free luggage up to 20 kg for students.