BB Airways plans to resume operations this year

BB Airways (Kathmandu) is planning to restart operations this year.

The Nepalese airline purchased a grounded Boeing 757-200 (9N-ACA) from Nepal Airlines. It is planning to restart operations in 2018 after repairs are made to the aircraft.

The airline describes itself:

BB Airways aspires to rewrite the image of Nepali airlines as a safe, reliable, affordable, prompt and delightful carrier.At present BB Airways has operating permission to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Hong Kong, China; New Delhi, India; Tokyo, Japan; Doha, Qatar; Bangkok, Thailand and Singapore.

BB Airways continues;

BB Airways is commencing its flights with one Boeing 757-200, followed soon by another Boeing 757. With the arrival of our second aircraft, we would be expanding our services to Bangkok, Singapore, New Delhi and Doha. Very soon we would be adding two Boeing 767s in our fleet. Our further plans are to fly to Europe and Australia.

Previously the airline started flights on October 11, 2012 using a wet-leased TonleSap Airlines Boeing 757-200 operating four flights a week to Kuala Lumpur. The company shut down on December 30, 2012.

All images by BB Airways.

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