Fares of chartered flights made public by the government

Three months before returning to Nepal from Malaysia, Ramesh Kshatriya bought a ticket for Rs 25,000. However, they could not come after the Nepali government banned international flights to stop the spread of the corona virus.
Now the government has asked for the repatriation of citizens stranded abroad and has also collected details of those who want to return home at Nepali embassies. His name is also on the list of the Nepali Embassy in Kuala Lumpur.

Charter flights have been assigned to Nepal Airlines and Himalayan Airlines to bring Nepalis to Kathmandu. Nepali embassies have started issuing information by fixing the fare.

However, the embassy did not say whether the money would be refunded to those who had already bought tickets.

Also, the fares of chartered flights made public by the government are up to four times more expensive than regular flights. In Malaysia and the Gulf, the fare has been fixed at Rs 60,000 to Rs 92,000. You can se chart below showing country-wise fare rates

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