Jazeera Airways announces resumption of flights from Bhairahawa airport

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Kathmandu: Jazeera Airways has announced the resumption of their scheduled flights to and from Gautam Buddha International Airport (GBIA) in Bhairahawa from March 9.

The airline has announced that it will conduct three weekly flights from Bhairawaha from March 9, it said in a statement.

Jazeera Airways has announced a special starting introductory one-way fare of Rs 28,836 from Bhairahawa to Kuwait

According to Rabi Chandra Singh, the Chairman of Society International Travel Services – the General Sales agent for Jazeera Airways in Nepal, in line with Jazeera Airways commitment to support GBIA airport and tourism in Nepal, we are working with the airline in promoting Lumbini- the Birth place of Lord Buddha, as a spiritual destination among South Asian expats especially Indian Nationals living in the middle east to ensure maximum footfall into GBIA concurrently helping the tourism ecosystem of the entire western region and the overall economic enhancement of the nation.

The company on December 21 halted regular flights from Bhairahawa, citing low visibility. Jazeera Airways is the first airline to carry out regular international flights from and to the airport since its inauguration in 2022.