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Hemant Arjyal



A heartless body #989

February 17, 2018 00:02 AM

NA management is like a body without heart that maintains a layback attitude, passengers be damned.

The flying salesman

February 3, 2018 00:59 AM

His record will remain unbeaten as no one will possibly ever last that long in the job.

The Dubai debacle

December 2, 2017 00:21 AM

New Chinese markets provide the strongest hope for the continuation of A380 program.

Ferry tales

November 18, 2017 00:45 AM

Ferry, in aviation parlance, is a task of delivering an aircraft to a designated location. A new aircraft on its first ferry might mostly carry spares/tools and a few personnel trained for its upkeep. On a day-to-day basis, such flights can be nothing more than “repositioning” of an aircraft due to schedule or maintenance related requirements.

Kathmandu rendezvous

November 4, 2017 00:18 AM

What is the point of spending tons of money on BBC and CNN tv ads when the ground reality is so pathetic?

Superjumbo next!

October 7, 2017 00:15 AM

What would happen in the unlikely event of Nepal Airlines acquiring Superjumbo in its next order?

With or without Nijgarh

September 16, 2017 00:12 AM

The new RNP approach has debunked the hype about the danger of using Kathmandu’s ‘only approach’.

O’Leary’s buses

September 2, 2017 00:59 AM

Every time Michael O’Leary makes headline Ryan’s website hits spike up, netting in more sales.

Our own Bransons

August 19, 2017 00:22 AM

He was caught climbing down the window of a girl’s dormitory one night. She was no other than his headmaster’s daughter

Our own Bransons

August 18, 2017 20:22 PM

He was caught climbing down the window of a girl’s dormitory one night. She was no other than his headmaster’s daughter

No for ‘neo’

July 29, 2017 00:20 AM

On A380, Airbus and Emirates are stuck together. Having heavily committed Emirates is more struck

Accident of birth

July 15, 2017 01:01 AM

The landing of DC-3 at Simra in 1946 was baffling as Nepal apparently had an operational strip even as it owned no aircraft

Aye aye, captain

July 1, 2017 00:25 AM

Will international civil aviation regulators check if their methods need adjustments during their next audit of Nepali aviation?

Qatar-strophe and Nepal

June 17, 2017 00:35 AM

Nepal Airlines was finally forced to clear a small due to Iran that had been outstanding since 1997

The clout list?

May 30, 2017 00:25 AM

European Union continues to ban Nepal from its airspace even though most of our jets and turbo-props are of European make

Variables at play

May 13, 2017 01:00 AM

Sandwiched between Manahara and Bagmati, the sandy plateau of Gauchar used to be a grazing pasture owned by Pashupatinath temple. That aside, Ranas also played golf at the far south east corner. It was, perhaps, nothing like impeccably maintained green fairways on Sports Channel.

Wingtip to wingtip

April 29, 2017 00:15 AM

Another domestic-only airport is a non-starter given the complexities of managing two airports in close proximity

Kamikaze mission

April 8, 2017 00:26 AM

This is about historical events associated with aircraft debris found in 2011, after 69 long years

Undoing the fatwa

March 28, 2017 00:25 AM

If the public is willing and the entrepreneurs ready, the concerned agencies should not obstruct single-engine airlines

Left to rust

March 11, 2017 00:25 AM

An-2 could have come handy to link towns across the Tarai as one could not travel by land without detour through India