Tribhuvan International Airport back in service

The Tribhuvan International Airport that had remained closed after an aircraft skidded off the runaway during landing has come back to operation. Normal operation of domestic and international flights has resumed after... Read more »

Government to carryout full repair of TIA runway

The government has planned to carry out complete repairs of the runway at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), the country’s sole airport operating international flights. The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation... Read more »

International Civil Aviation Organisation clears Nepal off a list of ‘significant safety concern’

Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) has announced that Nepal has cleared a safety audit test conducted by ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation), a UN specialized agency to manage the administration and... Read more »

From 2 flights a week to 14: Nepal and Japan revise ASA

In February 1993 Nepal and Japan revised theirĀ  1988 air service agreement – 400 weekly seats to a Nepalese carrier per week which loosely translated to 2 flights per week. Yesterday, the... Read more »

Nagindada in Kavre recommended as an alternative for ‘STOL’ Domestic Airport

Nagindanda hilltop in Kavrepalanchowk District has been suggested as the best option for a domestic airport to cater STOL (short take off and landing) aircraft from the three locations studied. As Tribhuvan... Read more »