Airline operators reduce fuel surcharge, airfare drops
KATHMANDU, JUNE 7
Airline operators have decreased gasoline surcharge after Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) decreased worth of air turbine gasoline (ATF). Airline Operators Association of Nepal (AOAN) has revealed a brand new gasoline surcharge charge primarily based on the decreased ATF.
New gasoline surcharge
As per the brand new charge, gasoline surcharge on mountain flights is Rs 2,230. For Kathmandu to Bhadrapur flight gasoline surcharge is Rs 1,950, for Kathmandu to Biratnagar Rs 1,560, for Kathmandu to Janakpur Rs 835, for Kathmandu to Bharatpur Rs 695 and gasoline surcharge for Kathmandu to Pokhara is Rs 1,030.
New surcharge charge for Kathmandu to Bhairahawa is Rs 1,335, for Kathmandu to Nepalgunj Rs 2,115, for Kathmandu to Dhangadhi Rs 2,870 and the surcharge charge for Kathmandu to Tumlingtar Rs 1,195. Fuel surcharge in different home air routes have additionally been decreased as per the brand new charge of ATF.
Reduced gasoline surcharge has impacted airfare of home flights. AOAN has decreased airfare from minimal Rs 225 to most Rs 1,105. As per AOAN, new charge for mountain flights is Rs 10,290.
New charge for Kathmandu to Bhadrapur flight is Rs 8,215, for Kathmandu to Janakpur Rs 3,920, for Kathmandu to Bharatpur Rs 3,335 and new airfare charge for Kathmandu to Pokhara is Rs 4,580.
Likewise, new airfare for flight from Kathmandu to Bhairahawa is Rs 5,590, for Kahtmandu to Nepalgunj Rs 9,035, for Kathmandu to Dhangadhi Rs 11,345, for Kathmandu to Surkhet Rs 10,385 and for Kathmandu to Rajbiraj the airfare charge is Rs 5,600.
AOAN has requested for additional discount on ATF worth stating that even at Rs 65 per litre NOC earns a revenue of Rs 33 a litre from sale of ATF.