Abu Dhabi’s low-budget airline Air Arabia Abu Dhabi has now added flights to Nepal for just AED 800.
Those looking to explore Kathmandu, Nepal can book Air Arabia Abu Dhabi that will be flying four times a week to the city starting on October 17th from the Abu Dhabi International Airport. The flights are expected to fly on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays and are to be scheduled at 9 am for lift off. Travelers also have the option of returning back on the same day should it be for work or an emergency.
Nepal has closed its borders since Covid-19 hit and now has slowly started opening them beginning with Nepalis and international passengers working in specific sectors. However, the country is now relaxing its restrictions with the onset of trekking season when the country expects quite a bit of traffic internationally. While it has not explicitly stated which nationalities will be allowed to travel, the authorities have announced that everyone entering must have negative tests that were taken less than 72 hours before departure.
This is exciting news for those with the travel bug especially since this announcement also means that Air Arabia Abu Dhabi now has five destinations it flies to at affordable rates. The airline that was the result of partnership between Etihad Airways and Air Arabia flies to Egypt, Sudan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Nepal. As travel restrictions relax internationally, people can expect to see more destinations pop up on the bookings.
The carrier also offers free Covid-19 insurance coverage to its passengers. This means that if passengers are tested positive 31 days from the date of departure, the insurance will help pay for the medical expenses and quarantine costs.
All in all, Air Arabia Abu Dhabi offers attractive travel options to people looking to start travelling again.