Nepal Airlines jumps to Airbus for its fleet renewal

Nepal A320-200 WL (Flt)(Airbus)(LRW)

Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) (Kathmandu) has jumped from Boeing to Airbus and has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to acquire two Airbus A320 aircraft equipped with the Sharklet fuel saving wing tip devices. Sharklets deliver up to four percent savings in fuel consumption making the aircraft a cornerstone of NAC’s fleet modernization.

Nepal Airlines currently operates two Boeing 757-200s for its international routes.

Image: Airbus.