Kathmandu, July 3
Thai Smile, a subsidiary of Thai Airways, has launched direct Kathmandu-Bangkok flights.
The first two-way flight was conducted on Friday (July 1) and the company says it will carry the flight every day.
The company has used a 162-seat Airbus-320 aircraft on the route.
The company’s parent company Thai Airways had been carrying out regular flights on the route before the Covid crisis, but it was suspended during the pandemic.
Currently, Nepal’s national flag carrier, Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) also has regular flights between Kathmandu and Bangkok.