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For those that fancy experiencing the Himalayas up close, Buddha Air flights offer a unique experience from the air. Passengers can view the beauty of the lakes, glaciers, and mountain peaks, including the world-famous Mount Everest, from the warmth and safety of the aircraft. All aircraft are fitted with modern instruments, and pilots are highly experienced.
Buddha Air offer 6 different travel classes, each with a baggage allowance. Y class passengers are entitled to a 20kg baggage allowance, A and B class passengers may take up to 15kg, and D, C, and E class passengers have an allowance of up to 10kg. In addition, all passengers may take carry-on baggage of up to 5kg. To check-in, passengers are expected to arrive at the airport at least one hour prior to flight departure.
Frequently asked questions about Buddha Air
Buddha Air was established in 1996, and is based in Nepal. Its first flight was for sightseeing purposes to Mount Everest in 1997. Today, as well as daily sightseeing flights, the airline operates both domestic and international flight services to 12 destinations located in Nepal, India, and Bhutan. It has a fleet size of 8, which is made up of Beechcraft and ATR aircraft. Since it first commenced operations, Buddha Air flights have transported over 7 million passengers.