Nepal Airlines has firmed up an order for two Airbus A320s, cementing a memorandum of understanding in April. The pair of A320s, which will be used for Nepal Airlines’ fleet modernization, will also be equipped with sharklets. Airbus said the new A320s are fully equipped with latest Required Navigation Performance technologies, which is “particularly beneficial for operations at high altitude airports which are constrained by mountains such as the carrier’s main base ...

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