Nepal Airlines was established on 1st July 1958, following the enactment of Nepal Airlines Corporation Act. 2019. The aim of the act was to provide air transport within and outside Nepal, to any individual, organisation or agency. The aviation history of Nepal goes back to early 1950s when Indian aircrafts used Gaucharan in Kathmandu to land. Back then, pilots were required to buzz the aeroplane a couple of times to scare away cows, grazing on the land for safe landing. Presently, the airline is functioning well and is delighting passengers across many important Asian cities. However, Indian airlines included Nepal in their schedule for business purpose and connected several Indian cities to Nepal. The aviation industry in Nepal made significant progress after the establishment of Nepal Airlines that served as the national flag carrier of the country. There was a significant expansion in the route network of Nepal aviation, both internationally and domestically and the airline garnered a huge base of satisfied passengers owing to its cheap air tickets. Nepal Airlines with its low air fare and online booking facility has become the pride of the nation. Nepal Airlines flights connect the country to a host of international and domestic destinations.
Diu is a vibrant city which falls in the territory of Daman and Diu in India. Even though being a part of Gujarat, it is considered not much a part of the state. The city is a worldwide reckoned as a tourist destination. Having a Portuguese history, the city still is imprinted with a strong Portuguese touch. This can be felt in its each element, be its archaeological structures or culture. The land has some ancient temples, old forts, half demolished churches, and giant museums which still carry the touch of the historic Portuguese stay. The city of Diu was in the period of 14th to 16th century a seaport and naval base and a strong Portuguese enclave. The giant sea waves, the seamless beaches and the dense woods lining at farthest along the coastal lines offer a perfect romantic getaway for visitors who visit this land for honeymoon purpose. Few major tourist attractions of Diu are Gangeshwar Temple, Ghoghla Beach, Nagoa Beach, Panikotha, Hoka Tree, Diu Fort and Church of St. Francis of Assisi.
Diu is a vibrant city with inhabitants belonging to different castes and religiuons. The land oozes with a lot of sightseeing places that include Bunder Chowk, INS Kukri, Panikota, St. Paul’s Church and many more. There are a lot of festivals celebrated on this land in which visitors participate with pride and joy. Few famous festivals are Makarshankranti, Holi, Janmashtami, Rakshanbandhan, Diwali, Id, Christmas and New Year. The night life here is full of joy, enthusiasm and a bohemian zeal.