Nepal, Cambodia sign maiden air service pact

The agreement will allow both countries to operate 14 weekly flights and unlimited cargo flights.

Nepal and Cambodia on Thursday signed the first bilateral air service agreement (ASA), allowing 14 weekly flights in either direction.

The ASA will allow the airlines of both countries to launch commercial flights.

It was signed by Nepal’s Tourism Minister Rabindra Adhikari and Mao Havanall, Minister in charge of the Secretariat of Civil Aviation of Cambodia, amidst aprogramme.

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