Before you fly

  • Remember you will be sitting for a long time so take a walk through the terminal before you board your flight.
  • Your skin will get dry on the aircraft so keep your skin feeling fresh by applying moisturizer.
  • Try to avoid heavy meals.
  • Moderate your intake of alcohol, tea and coffee a day before your flight.
  • Wear comfortable clothing. Try avoiding tight fitted outfit.


During your flight

  • Keep hydrated. Drink water and juices frequently during your flight.
  • Moderate your intake of alcohol, tea and coffee. These drinks act as diuretics, increasing the body’s dehydration.
  • Eat light. It will be difficult to digest food when the body is inactive.
  • Use moisturizer to hydrate the skin
  • Muscles can become tense during flight resulting in backaches and fatigue. Relax your muscles by gentle stretches or walk up and down the aisle.

How to beat Jet Lag

Jet Lag is caused when traveling to a destination from different time zone without giving the body a time to adjust to the new day and night cycle. The most common symptoms of jet lag are sleeplessness, tiredness, loss of appetite, headaches. There is no cure for jet lag but to minimize the effects, here are few recommendations:

  • Getting a good night’s rest before your flight.
  • Eat light meals at the local meal times.
  • Eat light. It will be difficult to digest food when the body is inactive.
  • Try some light exercise; go for a brisk walk, if you can’t sleep after your arrival at your destination. It usually takes the body’s biological clock approximately one day to adjust per time zone crossed. In some cases, it can be longer depending upon the person and the distance travelled.
  • Avoid caffeinated drinks and alcohol before going to bed.


No matter how comfortable the airplane seats are, long-haul flights can be tiresome. Your body faces the brunt because of prolonged sitting in one position for hours during flights. However, we have collected a host of inflight exercises that will keep you fresh and healthy throughout. Chances are you won’t feel any discomfort in your body by the time the plane lands. Long hours in the plane will be a headache of the past.

Neck Roll

Keep your head straight. Move your neck in a circle with the right ear tilted towards your shoulder followed by the chin facing your chest. Next, roll the neck so that the left ear moves towards the left shoulder. Roll your head back. Follow both the clockwise and anti-clockwise directions.

Wrist Rotation

Sideways arm extension is not plausible during flights. So, put your hands forward. Keep them straight. Make a fist on both hands. Now, rotate the wrists—one in clockwise and another in anti-clockwise directions. Reverse the process.

Tip-Toe and Heels

Keep your feet flat on the ground. Put the weight of the legs on the heels and lift your toes up as far as possible. Now, feet flat on the ground again. This time, lift your heels up as far as possible.

Ankle Circles

Let your feet up in the air. Circulate one foot in the clockwise direction and another in the anti-clockwise direction. Repeat the movement.

Shoulder Roll

Keep your body straight. Move only your shoulders in a circular motion—forward and backward. It follows the back-up- forward-down direction. Shoulder roll exercise has the appearance of a shrug

Arm Stretches

This is for arm flexibility to reduce the stiffness of the muscles. Bring your right arm up and across the left side by holding it with your left arm. Stretch it. Now reverse the process

Cabin Luggage

Passenger may carry one item of cabin luggage to place in a closed overhead bin. Cabin luggage shouldn’t exceed 7kgs. The overall dimension of such baggage should not exceed 55 x 35 x 25 cm or 21.7 x 13.8 x 9.9 inches. Cabin luggage exceeding the 7kgs weight limit is required to be checked in before boarding.

Zero tolerance of abuse

We value courteousness. Any form of threat, verbal abuse of violence towards our staff will be taken seriously. Action will be taken as per the prevailing authorities. We are committed to supporting anyone who has been the victim of an assault.

No Smoking Policy

Smoking including the use of Electronic Cigarette is prohibited on all flights.

Portable Electronic Device (PED)

For safety reasons and in line with the Department of Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal guidelines, mobile phones and all PEDs must be switched off and stowed during takeoff, landing and during abnormal emergency landing. PED such as radio transmitters, walkie-talkies, radios, pagers, electronic toys and any devices with cellular network service must be switched off once the aircraft doors have closed and shall not be used on board during the entire flight.