Kathmandu, April 3 : Each of Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC)’s the two wide-body A-330 aircraft has returned from Guanzhou of China and from Australia and New Zealand.
The plane that had left for Guangzhou landed in Kathmandu at 2.57 am today bringing medical equipment and goods from there while another wide-body aircraft returned from Australia landed at 11.18 pm last night in Tribhuvan International Airport, NAC’s operations department chief Deepu Juharchan said.
The national flag-carrier’s wide-body aircraft had left on a cargo flight to Guangzhou on Thursday morning to bring medical equipment and goods.
Before this, nearly 13 thousand medical accessories were brought from Guangzhou by NAC’s wide-body aircraft on March 29.
Likewise, another wide-body aircraft had flown to Brisbane City of Australia via Malaysia carrying Australian and New Zealand nationals.