Kathmandu, September 29
Himalaya Airlines says it is preparing to resume its flights to Malaysia after the labour migration of Nepali workers to Malaysia has begun.
The company had been flying to Malaysia until the migration process virtually stopped last year. Now, the flights will resume shortly, the company’s vice-president Bijaya Shrestha informed amidst a press conference on Sunday.
Shrestha also informed that the company got a slot to conduct flights to the newly inaugurated Daxing International Airport in Beijing of China. The company says it will expand its flights to other major Chinese cities as well by the next year.
Currently, the Nepal-China joint venture flies to Abu Dhabi of UAE, Dammam of Saudi Arabia, Doha of Qatar and Dhaka of Bangladesh.
The company also made public its new logo on Sunday.