Nepal Post advises that the government has lifted suspension of some international flights, subject to government-mandated conditions. Domestic flights will resume July 1. Lockdown measures have been relaxed. Other public transport remains suspended until further notice. These measures may result in delays in mail collection, transportation and delivery. The post remains unable to accept outbound mail to countries other than India.
Nepal Post advises that the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) has partially lifted the suspension of international flights to and from China (People's Rep.), Qatar and Turkey, effective June 1-30, with the airlines of these countries each permitted to operate one flight per week. The operation of cargo, rescue and evacuation flights will be carried out subject to special permission. Two flights per week will be permitted between Nepal and India under the air travel bubble arrangement effective until June 30, subject to certain conditions. The partial lockdown has already been extended until June 3. These measures may result in delays in the collection, transportation and delivery of mail. Nepal Post will continue to be unable to accept outbound mail to countries other than India, until the passenger flights normally used to transport mail are resumed.