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This procedure for sanitization of offices, shops, vehicles, and Ground Support Equipment has been developed in line with the Buddha Air Protocol for the prevention of transmission of COVID-19.
This procedure has been developed for preventive disinfection of aircraft cabin and other frequently touched aircraft parts by passengers during aircraft operation in the COVID-19 Pandemic period in line with Buddha Air COVID-19 Prevention Protocol and CAA Nepal Directive.
COVID-19 spreads by respiratory droplets. These are breathed out particularly when the sick person coughs, sneezes or talks, and then they are either breathed indirectly by someone else or travel via the hands of the sick person to the hands of the healthy person, who then touches t
The COVID-19 is a respiratory disease, and most infected people will develop mild to moderate symptoms and recover without requiring special treatment. People who have underlying medical conditions and those over 60 years old have a higher risk of developing severe disease and death.
Kathmandu – May 18, 2020 – Our chartered aircraft ATR 42-320 aircraft ‘9N-AIT’ has flown to Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi at around 11:30 AM carrying three Mongolian nationals who were stranded in Kathmandu due to the lockdown. Rescued Mongolian citizens will be flying back to th
Kathmandu – May 12, 2020 – A press meet was launched today in Jawalakhel at the headquarter of Buddha Air. During the lockdown, the Managing Director, Mr. Birendra Bahadur Basnet, called for a press meet where he showed his great concern towards growing tension in the Nepalese economy due to pandemic. He
Kathmandu – April 28, 2020 – A chartered plane of Buddha Air ATR 42 aircraft ‘9N-AIT’ has flown to Dhaka, Bangladesh as a medical evacuation flight for stranded Nepalese students with failing health. The medical evacuation flight was conducted under special permission from the aviation author
Kathmandu – April 14, 2020 – Our chartered aircraft ATR 42-320 ‘9N-AIT’ has flown to Dhaka, Bangladesh carrying 13 Bangladeshi citizens who were stranded in Kathmandu due to lockdown. The flight took off at 3:00 PM from Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) today. The flight was chartered by
Kathmandu – March 26, 2020 – A chartered plane of Buddha Air will be flying to Pokhara to rescue 58 French nationals who were stranded at Pokhara due to lockdown. The rescue mission will be conducted under the government’s policy of rescuing the missing travelers during the lockdown.
Buddha Air has all the necessary equipment to check the symptoms of COVID-19 and screening your temperature and making necessary queries to certain passenger’s health status will be executed. Besides, all passengers will be disembarked four at a time from the rear and loaded on the ramp bus at 75% seating capacity. Hence, we can assure that you will be safe with us.
Our counters will be closed 15 minutes before boarding, therefore all passengers will be informed accordingly to report at the airport at least one hour before flight time.
Due to the COVID-19 we are not allowing pets on flight, however, the decision is for the intervening period and will be announced until next notice. We regret for your inconvenience.
Yes, our staff will provide you with hand sanitizers in the counter. However, we request you to carry your personal one as well to avoid any risk of infection.
Airport restaurants are open with reduced operating hours and grab-and-go food service with strict social distancing measures at restaurants, coffee shop and other utilities.
Yes, it is mandatory for all passengers to wear mask in the airport premises and during the flight. Please make sure the mask you will be wearing is up to the standard and covers your mouth and nose suitably.
Due to COVID-19 no onboard catering services shall be made available, however, water shall be provided only upon the request.
Due to OVID-19 and its infections lavatory will be shut during the fight. We request passengers to use lavatory available in the airport premises.
We strongly advise elderly, pregnant women and those with health complications to avoid air travel as these people are more vulnerable to infections. Furthermore, stringent screening will be done at the check-in counter to identify symptomatic and highly susceptible passengers, and they will be barred from flying for the health and safety of all concerned.
In case of passengers experiencing symptoms indicative of respiratory illness it is recommended to seek medical attention and share their travel history with their healthcare provider.