Nepalese airline, Shree Airlines, has been given approval by the Civil Aviation Ministry of Nepal, to add three Bombardier Q400 turboprop aircraft into its fleet, a year after it commenced service with its first CRJ 200 aircraft. With the planned addition, Shree will see its fleet size grow to seven aircraft within a span of two years. Shree plans to operate these aircraft to Simara, Janakpur, Bharatpur, Kathmandu and Tumlingtar with Pokhara being the base as per the initial proposal of the carrier.
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