Oman Air Ranks First in Heathrow Airport’s “Fly Quiet and Green” Q4 2018 League Table
Oman Air, the national airline of Sultanate of Oman, has been recognized as the cleanest and quietest carrier in contributing to the reduction of the noise footprint at UK’s Heathrow Airport, as per the Fly Quiet and Green chart published by LHR airport authorities. The airline which came second in the third quarter of last year has jumped one place up, making it the first best long haul performer in “Fly Quiet and Green” chart in Q4 2018. The positive ranking comes as a result of the airline investing in modernizing its fleet and deploying its modern eco-friendly Boeing 787 Dreamliners on the London Heathrow service. Heathrow’s latest ‘Fly Quiet and Green’ league table, which ranks the performance of the top 50 airlines on seven noise and emission metrics, had placed Oman Air in second position in the third quarter of 2018, climbing up 26 places over the previous quarter.
Laxmi Bank Crosses its Century Branch Count with Boudha and Imadole
Laxmi Bank inaugurated its 100th and 101st branch in Boudha, Kathmandu, and Imadole, Lalitpur, respectively. The branches will offer the full range of retail banking services customized to meet the needs of individuals and small businesses. The bank’s network now includes 101 branches across 46 districts, 5 hospital service counters, 117 ATMs, 2,500 remittance agents, and 58 branchless banking agents spread across the country. The bank actively promotes digital channels, such as internet and mobile banking, to complement the growing number of branches as part of the ‘bricks and clicks’ strategy.
Fairfield By Mariott Kathmandu Turns Two, Celebrating Two Years Of Grandeur
As the first Marriott brand to arrive in Nepal, Fairfield by Marriott, Kathmandu has established itself as one of the leading hotels in the hospitality industry within just two short years. During this time, Fairfield by Mariott has hosted a number of events, catered to numerous guests with the best of facilities, and overall, experienced great success. With its modish décor and elegant furnishing that sets it apart from the rest, Fairfield by Marriott is a sight for sore eyes when it comes to aesthetics and appeal. Overlooking the heart of Kathmandu, with the hustling streets of Thamel on one side and the elite roads of Durbarmarg on the other, Fairfield by Marriott, Kathmandu is more than just its elegant appearance.
The Alliance Française de Katmandou organized Francophonie 2019 on Thursday, March 21, 2019, and Friday, March 22, 2019. French speakers and Francophiles from around the world united to promote the French language and the diversity of Francophone cultures. More than 220 million people speak French over the five continents, and the event celebrated the language of Molière that has spread around the world, making it a common ground for many. This year, the event was even more special, as 2019 marks 70 years of diplomatic, cultural, economic, and friendly relations between France and Nepal.
Samsung launches New Year campaign
Samsung Consumer Electronics Nepal adds to the excitement of New Year 2076 with an exciting scheme, ‘Harsha Maya Naya Barsha 2076’targeted towards customers looking for the best deals and offers during the festive season. They can avail up to 32% discount on Samsung TV, up to 18% on Samsung washing machine, and up to 13% on refrigerator. Also, all those purchasing any Samsung consumer electronic item are entitled for lucky draw prizes that include Samsung 55” curved TV as 1st prize, Samsung 49” curved TV as 2nd prize, Samsung 5 in 1 convertible refrigerator as 3rd prize, Samsung 8 kg front load washing machine as 4th prize, and Samsung microwave oven with hot blast (28 L) as the 5th prize. The offer is valid from Chaitra 19, 2075, to Baishakh 31, 2076, and is available from all Samsung Plazas and authorized retailers from all over the nation under the national distributors – HIM Electronics Pvt. Ltd.; Triveni Byapar Co. Ltd.
"The Great Move” is largely concluded"
With the “Great Move” representing one of the most significant cornerstones of the Turkish aviation history, Turkish Airlines nearly concluded its gradual move to Istanbul Airport that started following the official opening back on October 29. Starting on April 5, Friday, at 03:00, the final moving operation is at 96 percent completion, 12 hours earlier than the projected 45 hours plan. As the moving operation is set to be concluded on April 6, Saturday, at 20:00, the flag carrier airline is starting a new era at its new home, Istanbul Airport, which will be the new center of the global aviation sector.