Himalaya Airlines celebrates its 3rd Anniversary

  •   2018-03-12       nepaltraveller.com

Himalaya Airlines celebrated its 3rd year of connecting people of Nepal with other countries on March 9, 2018. Today, Himalaya Airlines is the proud operator of 3 Airbus A320 and is honored to hold the first international award of “Leading New International Airlines in South Asia” received at South Asian Travel Awards (SATA) 2017.

To celebrate this occasion, the airline announced an Audience Engagement Program with the launch of a Social Media Quiz that will run on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. The participants are encouraged to click the link, which is shared in the airline’s social media pages for a chance to win a round-trip ticket to and from H9’s any destination. The contest is valid till March 19, 2018. Through this promotion contest, the airlines' plans want to reward their loyal audiences with a chance to experience Himalaya Airline’s hospitality on board.

The celebration was further shared with the passengers by distributing red velvet Cupcakes on-board who flew Himalaya Airlines on March 9 to Doha, Dubai and Kuala Lumpur.

According to , Himalaya Airlines’ Vice President – Administration, Vijay Shrestha, “With key achievements, now we proudly say that Himalaya Airlines is the fastest growing private airline of Nepal and is always striving to achieve the best, be it On Time Performance (OTP) of our flights or ensuring the most convenient and time-efficient way of air travel. We thank all our passengers, patrons and stakeholders for their tremendous support in our every step of flying higher. Also, we would like to wish all the participants good luck for the lucky draw contest.”

Himalaya Airlines recognizes Safety as a core responsibility and it is fully committed to providing all the appropriate resources required for effective safety practices. Airline’s perseverance to follow and maintain the Global Safety Standards has been endorsed by the recent audits from various Civil Aviation Authorities like ICAO, GACA, CAAC and CAAB in 2017. The airline was among the few airlines of Nepal selected for sample confirmation of aviation safety standards maintained by CAAN during the ICVM audit follow up of CAAN in relation with the Significant Safety Concern imposed by ICAO in 2013.

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