Newly updated fare list of as of 3rd July 2016.
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*NOTE: Surketh & Dang Fare is Same
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Goma Air has recently started its operation to Pokhara. Now onwards, customers can fly to Pokhara everyday with our New Aircraft L410.
KTM/PKR - 14:00 hrs. Everyday.
PKR/KTM - 09:30 hrs. Everyday.
Goma Air is announcing the addition of new service to its growing network. It has officially operated its flight services on the new route, Kathmandu to Suketar Airport from 13th October 2015 and it is scheduled to operate two days a week i.e. on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Suketar Airport is the only airport in the region serving Taplejung district and the other neighboring districts. It is the gateway to Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek and other tourist attractions in the region. Suketar Airport also known as Taplejung Airport is about a couple of hours away from the main town of Taplejung.It is on the high altitude and lies on a flat plateau, from where you can see the majestic view of the great Himalayas with snow throughout the year along with fresh air and clear blue sky.
Kanchenjunga is the third highest mountain in the world with elevation of 8586 m from sea level and shares border with Sikkim (India) as well. Kanchenjunga range consists of five individual peaks where Kanchenjunga II is the highest among those. The airport was under construction few months back and it has recently opened up its flight services.
Goma Air recently announced to introduce a charter flight service from Kathmandu to Simikot as there is no direct air service from Kathmandu to Simikot. This is the main route of the Holy Mt. Kailash-MansarovarYatra which offers astounding views and great richness in culture and history.
Mount Kailash is an important highlight for all devout Hindus, Buddhists and Jainswhereas the beauty of the serene Lake Mansarovar surrounded by gently brown hills is breathtaking and awesome. Travelers generally have to fly to Simikot via Nepalgunj, the regional hub of Western Nepal.
The tour to Mount Kailash and Lake Mansarovar begins from Simikot which is one of the remote villages of Karnali, situated in far western development region of Nepal near Tibet border. The existing runway at Simikot Airport has been fully black-topped and extended by 200ft, making the total length of the airport approximately 2000ft.
In order to provide better services to travelers, Goma Air will operate scheduled and regular flights to Simikot from Nepalgunj and Surkhet with an approximate time of one hour. Likewise, it takes about an hour to travel from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj. Goma Air strongly believes that these services will definitely help those who are seeking to travel Karnali region.
Goma Air, being the first operator to introduce brand new STOL Aircraft in Nepal in more than four decades, announces the addition of new route i.e. Kathmandu to Tumlingtar to its existing network.The flights from Kathmandu to Tumlingtar will commence on 7th of August, 2015 and it is scheduled to operate three days a week i.e. on Fridays, Wednesdays and Sundays.
The route offers great value airfare and convenient travel between two destinations.Flight to Tumlingtar is the one of the best options as it gives access and convenience to trek around Makalu region and Everest region. Makalu region is surrounded by breathtaking and magnificent landscapes. The west side is bordered by Mt. Everest while Arun River is in the east, Tibet lies in the North andSabha River is in the South.
Introduction of this flight is an important landmark in the growth and emergence of Goma Air.Tumlingtar is the only airport in Sankhuwasabha district which happens to be at an elevation of 1700 feet (518 m) above mean sea level. It has one runway which is 4,000 feet (1,200 m) in length. It takes 25 min to fly from Kathmandu.Goma Air stands out when it comes to safety and comfort in comparison to other aircraft being used in the same route.
Goma Air is announcing the addition of new service to its growing network. It has decided to operate the new route, Kathmandu to Khanidada Airport in Khotang.
It takes around 25 to 35 minutes to fly from Kathmandu to Khotang district. The airport is situated in Khalle VDC of Khotang district, Sagarmatha zone of eastern Nepal. For the construction of Manmayaairport, a resident of Khotang, Mr. Rudra Rai had contributeda piece of land which is 600m in length and 600m wide.
The Manamaya Rai Khanidanda airport, which is nearest to the district headquarters Diktel, has been blacktopped. The blacktopping of the airport was completed at the total cost of Rs. 70.24 million of Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal. The blacktopped runway is 590 m long and 20 m wide. The blacktopping of the airport and the addition of flight services is expected to benefit the locals here as the direct road transportation to the district is usually cut off during the monsoon. Goma Air launches the new service in order to help the local people of Khotang district.
From May 26, Goma Air has started its Pokhara - Jomsom flight. Goma Air is also to start its Dang – Tulsipur flight from May 28. Goma Air has been providing flight service from Surkhet to Jumla, Humla(Simikot), Dolpa(Jhuphal), Mugu (Talcha), Bajura (Kolti), Rukum, Bajhang, Chaurjahari, Nepalgunj. From Nepalgunj to Jumla, Humla(Simikot), Dolpa(Jhuphal), Mugu (Talcha), Bajura (Kolti), Rukum, Bajhang, Chaurjahari, Surkhet.
Goma Air aims to satisfy and fulfill the need of its customer and to increase customer value.
"We would like to thank all the well wishers of Nepal for their support and good wishes during this period of national emergency. Nepal's earthquake has been covered by all International media and the damage has been extensive both in terms of loss of life and physical infrastructure. However, most of the sites and destinations for which hundred thousands of tourist visit Nepal have not been seriously affected by the recent earthquake and are safe for travel. We would like to encourage all the tourist who have been planning to visit Nepal in coming days to continue with their plan and visit this magnificent country without any fear. The income from tourism industry is about 10% of our GDP and it can help us rebuild our country. Your visit will surely help us to rebuild Nepal soon. SEE YOU IN NEPAL."
MD Mr. Manoj Karki
On March 25 LET-410 9N-AKZ took its first commercial flight from Kathmandu to Lukla at 6:15 am. The aircraft had arrived to Kathmandu on March 19. After a long wait of 6 days it took its first commercial flight. The aircraft will continue to serve the short take-off and landing (STOL) airfield, including tourist sectors.
The new LET410 UVP-E20 is believed to satisfy more customers with its comfortable seats with wide windows and spacious compartment. The new aircraft is another step from Goma Air to fulfill the need of its customer and to increase customer value.
KATHMANDU, MAR 19 - Goma Air has inducted a second LET 410 aircraft into its fleet. The new 18-seater plane bearing the registration mark 9N-AKZ landed at Tribhuvan International Airport on Wednesday.
Made in the Czech Republic, the LET 410 will be put into commercial operation after formalities have been completed at the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal. Goma Air plans to import two more LET 410s to expand its services.
The carrier currently operates regular and charter services to airfields in remote and mountainous areas like Lukla, Surkhet, Bajura, Rara, Dolpa, Jumla and Humla with one LET 410 and two Cessna Grand Caravan aircraft. With the latest addition to its fleet, it plans to operate flights to Jomsom, Mustang and Hum-de, Manang from Pokhara besides increasing the frequency on the Lukla sector.
“We have fulfilled the promise we made to our valued customers when importing the first LET 410 aircraft last October. The satisfaction of our customers after flying on the LET 410 and the immense market has encouraged us to import a second aircraft in such a short period,” said Bikash Rana, chairman of Goma Air.
Goma Air is bringing another 19-seater LET410 UVP-E20 aircraft with registration Mark 9N-AKZ
The aircraft has already left Czech Republic on date 14th March to its destination TIA Kathmandu. The aircraft will be arriving to Kathmandu soon enough.
The new LET410 UVP-E20 is the second LET aircraft after its first LET410 UVP-E20 aircraft back in October 2014. The aircraft will commenceits commercial operation shortly after completing remaining Civil Aviation requirements.
The new LET410 UVP-E20 is a multi engine turbo prop aircraft imported to operate in STOL airfield. The aircraft has comfortable seating with wide windows and most spacious passenger compartment in its category. The aircraft is equipped with noise proof cabin and is ideally suited for both still photography and videography and perfectly suited for skydiving.
At current, Goma Air is offering services with company owned two Cessna Cessna Grand Caravan: 9N-AJT and 9N-AJU; and LET 410 UVP-E20: LET-AKY
Goma Air today announced two new destinations — Lukla and Jomsom — and said the airlines aims to connect to all destinations within the country in the future. Moreover, the airlines is preparing to start operation with its newly purchased aircraft very soon.
On Thursday, Goma Air’s new aircraft — 19-seater LET410 UVP-E20 — arrived in Nepal. Addressing a press conference today, Manoj Karki, managing director of Goma Air, said that the new plane will begin service soon after some pending paper works with Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) are completed.
“We are planning to fly across the country while being based in Kathmandu,” said Karki. So far, the airline is flying to Jumla, Simikot, Dolpa, Bajura and Rara with flights based from Surkhet and Nepalgunj with two Cessna Grand Caravan aircraft.
Goma Air has also said that it is buying yet another Czech Republic made LET410, which is scheduled to arrive in Nepal within this year. Besides investment from Nepalis, Czech Republic Export Bank also has a certain stake in the project as loan. This marks the first investment in the aviation sector from the Czech Republic.
The LET410 is the first of its kind aircraft in the South Asia region. This also is the first time in almost four decades that a brand new multiengine turbo prop aircraft has been brought to Nepal by a Nepali company for operation in short take off and landing (STOL) airfield.
As the aircraft is new in this region, the Czech Republic manufacturer of the aircraft — Aircraft Industries — has asked Goma Air to take the aircraft to the air show in India slated for February 2015. The aircraft will also be taken to Bhutan later this year.
Miloslav Stacek, ambassador of Czech Republic to Nepal, said the aircraft is suitable for difficult airfields and high altitude terrain of Nepal. “This is a moment of big success,” he said, adding that the Czech Republic is looking forward to deliver more aircraft not only to Nepal but also to countries like India, Sri Lanka and Bhutan of South Asia.
Earlier, Goma Air had announced it was bringing in the LET410 within February 2014. Karki said that the arrival of the new aircraft was delayed due to the long loan processing with the Czech Republic Export Bank and because it took a long time to receive permission from the Department of Industry and Nepal Rastra Bank.
The bank had decided to fund the project after studying Nepal market based on the permission from the European Union (EU). The permission of the EU to finance the aircraft to be flown in Nepali skies is also a positive indication toward the recent EU advisory, according to the company.
To acquire Nepali registration, the Czech manufactured aircraft had made successful test flights on Pokhara-Jomsom route on December 7 and Kathmandu-Lukla route on December 9 last year. The two routes, especially the airfields in Jomsom and Lukla, are considered the most challenging in the country.
The new aircraft of Goma Air is also European Aviation Safety Agency certified and there are more than 340 L410 UVP-E20 aircraft in operation in more than 50 countries at present.
KATHMANDU, Oct 9:
Goma Air has brought a factory new 19-seater LET410 UVP- E20 aircraft with registration Mark 9N-AKY.
The plane that will soon come into operation landed at the Tribhuvan International Airport on Thursday afternoon.
According to Goma Air, it is the first time a brand new multi-engine turbo prop aircraft has been imported in Nepal after almost four decade by a Nepali company to be operated in STOL airfields.
The aircraft will resume commercial operation shortly after completing remaining Civil Aviation requirements, Goma Air said in a press statement.
Goma Air is currently operating chartered air services with two Cessna grand caravan aircrafts.
Address : Kathmandu Nepal
Phone : 00977-1-4117523 / 4,4498059
Email : email@example.com
Fax : 00977-1-4111803
P.O.Box No.: 8914
Nepalgunj: 00977-81-565201 / 9802080009
Lukla: 9860129441 / 9849706905
Surkhet: 00977-83-525342/ 9802080008
Simikot: 00977-87-680203/ 9802080014