KATHMANDU, Aug 7: Buddha Air has said restricting people in need to travel is a violation one of their fundamental rights.

NEPALGUNJ, Dec 7: On Tuesday, when a Buddha Air's ATR-72 aircraft landed at Nepalgunj airport a wild boar came from nowhere and collided with the rear wheels of the aircraft. The boar died on the spot and the aircraft escaped a major accident.

KATHMANDU, Dec 1: Buddha Air is flying to Kolkata, India, one last time on Monday. Despite having a significant air movement between Kathmandu and Kolkata, the privately-owned carrier decided to discontinue the scheduled flight after incurring heavy loss in the last six months

BIRATNAGAR, Nov 27: Buddha Air is operating a transit flight from Biratnagar and Bhadrapur of Province 1 to Pokhara from January 1 on the occasion of Visit Nepal Year (VNY) 2020.

KATHMANDU, Sept 16: Airline Operators Association of Nepal (AOAN) has said that it was saddened by indecent behavior of some passengers toward Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Yogesh Bhattarai on board an aircraft due to some delay caused by the minister’s busy schedule.

KATHMANDU, April 17: Responding to Minister for Communication and Information Technology Gokul Baskota's remarks about missing his flight, Buddha Air has said that it could not have waited for the minister any longer as this could have meant aborting the flight and inconveniencing the 68 passengers already on board.

We know your pet is an important member of your family. Before flying with your pet was a possibility, traveling was a gut-wrenching experience as you had to leave your beloved pet behind. But nowadays, many travelers are taking their pet with them, wherever they go.

How to book flights with Buddha Air?

January 31, 2019 17:41 pm

The company has recently launched its revamped website and mobile app. With more control and convenience to its passengers, Buddha Air hopes to create a personalized booking experience from the moment a person starts booking a ticket.

KATHMANDU, Jan 17: Buddha Air has announced to operate a commercial flight between Kathmandu and Kolkata from April.

Safety in the air begins on the ground

December 28, 2018 17:17 pm

KATHMANDU, Dec 28: The flight crew is not the only ones who take care of your safety when you fly with Buddha Air. When it comes to flying in an airline, most of the times, you only remember the activities of the pilots and flight attendants. But an airline has more to offer for the care and safety of its passengers. Take the Ground Operations for example. These people commit all their hours for the safety and security of the passengers. While the cabin crew takes care of things in the air, the Ground Operations take care of things on land.

Since Buddha Air started flying in 1997, it has become the most trusted airlines of Nepal. It has grown to be the largest and longest operating privately owned domestic airlines in Nepal.

Among the many attractions and activities to do in Kathmandu, a flight-seeing tour of Nepal's Himalayas is a favorite among locals and tourists alike. Mountain flights can be enjoyed by anyone, from young kids to adults.