"Soar above the clouds to enjoy the alluring panoramic aerial view of Pokhara with Avia Club Nepal."
The alluring beauty of Nepal can leave anyone captivated by its enchanting natural beauty. Natasha Shrestha, a Russian native, was also ultimately unable to resist Nepal and is now personally and professionally soaked in Nepal.
Natasha Shrestha shared the history of Avia Club Nepal, saying, "The company was conjured up in 1996 as the pioneer of air sports activities in Nepal with the authorization of the civil aviation authority of Nepal."
In contrast to being the first to offer ultralight flight service in Nepal when it was less well known here, Avia Club Nepal marked its identity as the pioneer in the field of air sports activities in Nepal.
Natasha Shrestha, who is currently the aviation manager at Avia Club Nepal in Pokhara, has witnessed the full evolution of both the aviation and tourism industries in Nepal during her 26 years of voyage and expertise in the area.
Avia Club Nepal introduced airsports along with ultra-light flight in Nepal as one of the prominent air sports that are now cherished by many adventure striving visitors. Natasha Shrestha highlighted that the Avia Club Nepal offers the ultimate service with guaranteed safety, having years of experience hosting more than 45,000 people from 78 different countries.
Shrestha shared that, highlighting the safety of passengers, an inspection of the aircraft is performed by the technician prior to each flight. Avia Club Nepal also provides all necessary safety gear before the flight, including windproof fly jackets, trousers, and helmets.
The ultra-light flight at Avia Club Nepal is prudent to convey to you a safe perch to soar beyond the clouds for an aerial panorama of Pokhara. Natasha Shrestha reassured those who aspire to enjoy thrilling flying experiences to cherish them for the rest of their lives. You may enjoy the captivating aerial view of Pokhara's naturally beautiful city, with its lakes and brilliant mountain range, when you fly ultra-light, gliding above the clouds.
"With the intention of promoting ultra-light flight and making it more accessible, Avia Club Nepal also provides pilot training to increase professional and skilled manpower for those who are willing to be pilots of ultra-light flight, and the only requirement is that the candidate must be at least 18 years old and have completed high school. Interested people can start learning to fly delta wing or tri axis professionally in just 25 hours—10 hours with an instructor followed by a 15-hour solo flight," Shrestha shared.
She further added, "We opened the training service because without skilled professional manpower, it's impossible to develop any industry. Additionally, it can also contribute to creating skilled manpower and employment opportunities in Nepal." Shrestha wishes to be able to operate as many airsports as possible in Nepal and continue the plan to make Nepal an adventure hub.
"Avia Club Nepal has endeavoured to assert and operate as many airsports as feasible in Nepal ever since its inception, but the COVID pandemic created an indelible gap to continue the operation as planned," Shrestha said, recalling the hurdles amidst the pandemic. She hopes to be able to operate as many airsports as possible in Nepal and continue the plan to make Nepal an adventure hub.
She also emphasised that, post-COVID, domestic tourists created substantial contributions to the tourism industry in Nepal, which was handicapped by the pandemic.
Avia Club Nepal has also resumed the paragliding and hot-air balloon operations that were halted during the pandemic. You can now soar above the clouds to enjoy the alluring panoramic aerial view of Pokhara with Avia Club Nepal in an ultralight flight, paragliding, or hot-air balloon, depending on your preference.
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Compiled by Sampada