Multi Country International Flights

Nepal lies between two big Asian countries, India and China. Being wedged between these two nations makes Nepal a transit hub for international flights. More than twenty airlines operate flights to Tribhuvan International Airport, the only international airport of this Himalayan nation. Some of these are: Etihad Airways, FlyDubai, Malaysia Airlines, Silk Air, Thai Airways, AirAsiaX, Gulf Air, Qatar Airways, China Eastern Airlines, Air China, Jet Airways, Air India, Korean Air, Druk Air etc.

Fly through major transit points. Just find out how you can arrive in to Bangkok, Doha, Abu Dhabi or Muscat, India, Hong Kong or other major transit points, then there are lots of connective options that will bring you to Kathmandu (NEPAL) and back.

You can check with your local travel agent who can get competitive airfares, or we can do that for you (please contact us).

You can also check directly with the airlines.

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Thai Airways

Flies through: Bangkok to Kathmandu
Operates: Everyday
Convenient Network from Europe and Americans

Silk Air
Flies through: Singapore to Kathmandu
Operates: Everyday
Convinient Network from Europe, Americans and Australia

Fly Dubai
Flies through: Dubai to Kathmandu
Operates: Everyday
Convinient Network : There are daily flights from all around the world to Dubai by Emirates Airlines then the client connect to Kathmandu with fly dubai

Spice Jet
Flies thorough: Major Indian cities to Kathmandu
Operates: Everyday

Gulf Air
Flies through Muscat and Abu Dhabi
Operates: Everyday (two flights)
Convenient Network from Europe and Americans

Qatar Airways
Flies through Doha
Operates: Everyday (two flights)
Convenient Network from Europe and Americans

Jet Airways
They have wide connections available from all over Americans and Europe through to India and then to Nepal.

Air India
They have wide connections available from all over Americans and Europe through to India and then to Nepal.

Biman Bangladesh
Flies through: Dhaka
Operates: Daily

Air China
Flies through: Chengdu, Lhasa
Operates: Daily

Ethiad Airways
Flies through: UAE
Operates Daily
They have wide connections available from all over Americans and Europe .

Druk Air
Flies through: Paro, Delhi
Operates: Wed, Fri, Sun | Mon, Thu, Sat

Korean Air
Flies through: Seoul
Operates: 3 times a week

Pakistan International Airlines
Flies through: Karachi
Operates: Mon, Thu

Dragon Air
Flies through: Hongkong
Operates: Every Day

BB Airways
Flies thorough: Malaysia, Hongkong
Operates : Mon, Tue, Thu & Fri | Tue, Fri & Sun

China Southern
Flies through: Guangzhou
Operates: Every day

Airlines by Region

Abu Dhabi
Gulf Air

Thai Airways (Daily)

Air China

Delhi (Daily Flights to Kathmandu)
Indian Airlines, Air Sahara, Jet Airways, Nepal Airlines, Indigo Air, Spice Jet

Qatar Airways (via Doha)

Hong Kong
Nepal Airlines (Direct)

Cathay Pacific

Jet Airways (via India)
Gulf Air (via Muscat or Abu Dhabi)


Turkish Airlines(via Istanbul)


New York
Thai Airways (via Bangkok)
Singapore Airlines (via Singapore)
North West Airlines (via Bangkok)

International Flights to Bhutan

There is only one way in which you can enter Bhutan

By Air: Bhutan has two international carriers, Druk Air and Bhutan Airlines. While Druk Air is the national flag carrier, Bhutan Airlines is a privately owned company. All international departures and arrivals are operated from the country’s only international airport at Paro(2235m). As flights may be delayed because of weather in the monsoon (July & August), it is advisable to keep a 24-hour gap before any onward international connections.
Ace the Himalaya can assist you in arranging your flight to Bhutan. For the  reservation, we would require your full names as in your passports. As the airlines do not issue paper tickets, an E-ticket will be issued after receiving your confirmation which will be e-mailed or faxed to the email ID or number you have provided.

International Flights to Tibet

How to get to Tibet? For international visitors from far away, flying to Tibet is a great option. Flying into Tibet is much faster and one can save more time to explore Tibet. Additionally, it’s difficult for individual tourist to get a train ticket on their own.
There are non-stop flights connecting Lhasa with Kathmandu (capital of Nepal) ,Chengdu (capital of Sichuan Province), Chongqing, Diqing (in Yunnan Province) and Xian (capital of Shaanxi Province) , while direct flights connecting Lhasa with Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou makes stops at Chengdu, Qingqing, Diqing or Xian.

Flying from Kathmandu will be most convenient, as you can have some good time in Nepal before you leave for Tibet.

Scheduled Flights to Lhasa from Kathmandu
Air China
Operates: Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday

Scheduled Flights to Lhasa from Chengdu
Air china
Operates: Everyday

Shandong Airlines
Operates: Everyday

Sichuan Airlines
Operates: Everyday

Scheduled Flights to Lhasa from Beijing
Air China
Operates: Daily

China Southers Airlines
Operates: Daily

Scheduled Flights to Lhasa from Shanghai
China Eastern Airlines
Operates: Daily

Scheduled Flights to Lhasa from Xian
China Eastern Airlines
Operates: Daily

International Flight for India

Delhi is connected with a large number of cities through airway. From almost all the major cities of the world, you can find a plane heading to Delhi. And a number of major airlines provide flight service to Delhi.

Here is a list of the cities from where flights can be taken to Delhi:

  • London
  • Singapore
  • New York
  • Dubai
  • Sydney
  • Hong Kong
  • Toronto
  • Paris
  • Tokyo
  • Beijing
  • Frankfurt

Note: These are only some of the cities. 

And, here is a list of airlines that fly to Delhi:

  • Emirates
  • Austrian Airlines
  • Lufthansa
  • Thai Airways
  • KLM
  • Gulf Air
  • Etihad Airways
  • Finnair
  • Qatar Airways
  • Japan Airlines