Turkish Airlines Kathmandu partners with Museum of Nepali Art

Turkish Airlines Kathmandu office has partnered with the Museum of Nepali Art (MONA) with the aim of promoting Nepal as an art destination and supporting children battling cancer in a mega art festival. Through this collaboration the airlines will be offering a chance to win a ticket to Europe to anyone visiting the art festival between October 7-9 through a lucky draw. The Museum of Nepali Art’s first annual art festival is an effort to bring Nepali art and artists to the limelight while serving a charitable cause. Thirty-three Nepali artists will come together for a day-long ‘live art congregation’ at Kathmandu Guest House, Thamel.

Established in 1933 with a fleet of five aircraft, Star Alliance member Turkish Airlines has a fleet of 351 (passenger and cargo) aircraft flying to 326 worldwide destinations. Currently, Turkish Airlines Kathmandu operates weekly flights to Istanbul and beyond and is the only European carrier that connects Nepal directly to Europe.

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