After losing an airline for not flying on time, Nepal Airlines has improved a lot in the recent days. Following the devastating earthquake, the number of foreign travelers visiting Nepal has reduced drastically and many airlines have suspended their flights and some have slashed the number.
As it celebrated 57th anniversary, Nepal Airlines is trying to make up for the gap with its four aircraft in operation, two old Boeing 757 and two newly arrived Airbus A 320.
With the additional aircrafts in its wing, Nepal Airlines is working to add new destinations to woo the tourists. Managing director Kansakar in his recent interview to local news paper said that his first effort will be to reestablish the credit of Nepal Airlines.
"We need to give the message to the international travelers that NA will fly on time," said Kansakar. For the last two years and even after the arrival of two Airbus, the management failed to fly the aircrafts in planned manner.
However, newly appointed managing Director Kansakar has established record that a good management and planning can change the face of any institutions. Nepal Airlines used to be a number one airlines with the contribution for over 50 percent of tourists carrying Nepal. However, its position drastically reduced recently.
With the airline is now at the hand of person like Kansakar, Nepal Airlines can revive its glory and prestige as in the past.