Dragon Air to add three more flights (Sun, 1 Aug 2010)
In its bid to cater to growing number of passengers, Dragon Air has announced to add three more flights in its Kathmandu-Hong Kong route.
After this addition, the total weekly flights of the Hong Kong-based airline will be six from September 1.
The airline is optimistic that increasing number of flights would be helpful in achieving the target of welcoming one million tourists to the country during the Nepal Tourism Year 2011 campaign.
Cathay Pacific - the sister airlines of Dragon Air - will also extend its full cooperation in achieving the targets, it is learnt.
Dragon Air has been using Airbus A 330 for its flights to Kathmandu. Dragon Air brought some 50,000 tourists to Nepal last year.
Dragon Airlines has been operating flights to 29 destinations in Asia and Pacific with 14 A330, six A321 and 11 A320 Airbuses. It operates 400 flights a week to mainland China.