Buddha Air, which has been around for 22 years, was recently recognized as the country’s best national airline by the Frost and Sullivan Awards as part of a program conducted in Kathmandu.
The Director of Human Resources, Mr. Khagendra Bahadur Basnet, received the prestigious award on behalf of Buddha Air.
“We are proud and honored to receive the Frost and Sullivan Award for Best Nepal Airline for 2018. These types of awards further motivate us to provide better service in the coming days. An official from Buddha Air swore.
This deep airline has received several honorable awards over the past few years. In 2017, the company awarded the Nepal Brand Leadership Award. In 2014 and 2012, the government of Nepal awarded the airline the “Highest Income Tax Payer in Air Tourism Sector” award.
Created on April 23, 1996, with a fleet of a Beechcraft 1900D manufactured by Raytheon Aircraft (currently under the name Hawker Beechcraft) is today the largest air operator in Nepal with a fleet of 10 aircraft, a base of employees of 850, occupies 63 percent of the domestic market share and operates domestic flights as well as international service to India and Bhutan.