Royal Nepal Airlines Flight Schedule

Airline Time Days Duration & Stops

DELKTM Royal Nepal (RA 206) Check Time MTWTFSS 1h 45m & Non Stop Book now

KTMBOM Royal Nepal (RA 201) Check Time M-W-F-- 2h 45m & Non Stop Book now

BOMKTM Royal Nepal (RA 202) Check Time M-W-F-- 2h 30m & Non Stop Book now

BLRKTM Royal Nepal (RA 226) Check Time -T-T-S- 3h & Non Stop Book now

DELKTM Royal Nepal (RA 218) Check Time M-W-F-- 1h 45m & Non Stop Book now

KTMLKO Royal Nepal (RA 205) Check Time M------ 9h 45m & 1 Stop Book now

KTMBOM Royal Nepal (RA 217) Check Time --W---- 16h 55m & 1 Stop Book now

Royal Nepal AirlinesNepal 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.

Destination & Services

Nepal Airlines flights serve a host of domestic and international flights for the convenience of travellers. The airline offers air tickets to many destinations in the world at low air fare and offers the convenience of online booking to them. On the domestic front, the airline serves cities like Bajhang, Bajura, Biratanagar, Bhairawa, Kathmandu, Nepalgunj, Lamidanda, Pokhara and Lukl. Some of the important destinations served by the national flag carrier of Nepal in the world include Bangkok, Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur. In India, the national capital Delhi is on the schedule of Nepal Airlines. Nepal Airlines is also known for the hospitality on-board, dedicated staff and great food served in flights. The airline serves cuisines prepared by the chefs of Five Star hotels in Kathmandu. There are mainly non-vegetarian dishes served on flights with vegetarian food available on request. The airline offers economy and business class facilities to its passengers. Nepal Airlines also facilitates full care of any unaccompanied minor from the time of checking in till landing and handing over to the receiving guardian at the destination. With and array of destinations served and world-class services provided during flights, Nepal Airlines is one of the recognised airlines in the aviation industry.


The fleet size of Nepal Airlines is 7, which consists of two Boeing 757-200 and five de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter aircrafts. With plans to expand its fleet, the airline has also placed an order for 2 Xian MA60 aircrafts.

Baggage Allowance

The weight allowance for the Economy Class passengers of Nepal Airlines is 30 kgs for all destinations except Hong Kong, for which it is 25 kgs. Business class passengers can enjoy the privilege of an extra 10 kgs of baggage allowance. One piece of hand baggage is allowed for each passenger, except infants, and it can be conveniently placed in the closed rack or under the seat in front, free of charge. For security and safety regulations, it must not exceed 15 lbs and must not be larger than 50.8x38.1x25.4cm.

Royal Nepal Airlines History

The airline was formed in July 1958 as Royal Nepal Airlines Corporation (RNAC). The first aircraft of the fleet was Douglas DC-3, which served domestic destinations like Biratnagar, Simara, Pokhara and a few Indian cities like Delhi, Calcutta and Patna. In the year 1972, Nepal Airlines got its first jet aircraft Boeing 727. The year 1970 marked the addition of Pilatus Porter and Twin Otter aircrafts to the fleet which alternatively made the remote and mountainous terrains of Nepal accessible. In the year 2004, the Nepal Government decided to sell off 49 percent of its stake in Nepal Airlines to the private sector. This helped the airline to get out of significant debts. The airline signed an MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) with Airbus to get one A320-200 and one A330-200 at 2009 Dubai Airshow.