Air India resumed service to Nepal Sunday morning following a devastating 7.9 earthquake on Saturday. Two flights to Kathmandu left early Sunday, one each from Kolkata and Delhi around 7:30 am. Air India normally operates three flights to Kathmandu each week: one from Kolkata four times a week, and two from Delhi each day. The airline plans to add one flight each from New Delhi and Kolkata to transport relief materials. Out of the three planned flights Saturday, AI only operated one, which left India before the quake hit.
All other airlines plan on resuming flights to Kathmandu Sunday as well; those domestic airlines will waive refund, date change, or cancellation charges for Kathmandu for up to a week.
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