July 1, Kathmandu: Prime Minister K.P Sharma Oli has urged Nepal Airlines Corporation to improve its management, immediately.
Addressing a 61st-anniversary program of the corporation today, Prime Minister Oli raised a question over the reason of dragging the government airlines corporation in the constant loss while other private airlines companies are making a huge profit.
Prime Minister also made it clear that the government would not support Corporation a single penny in the current situation.
He also directed the corporation management to submit a transparent working strategy to the government with the determination of its implementation. Prime minister also accused the Corporation management of making unplanned decisions of buying wide-body planes.
Prime minister in the meantime directed corporation management to prepare air services with European countries and Narita Airport of Japan.