- Naresh KC
Siddharthnagar: Minister for Culture, Tourism, and Civil Aviation Prem Bahadur Ale has said that a ‘calibration flight’ will be held at Gautam Buddha International Airport in Bhairahawa on Feb 21.
After inspecting the Gautam Buddha International Airport in Bhairahawa, he said, “If the weather allows, there will be a calibration flight on Feb 21 and an international flight on Buddha Jayanti.”
The technician said that the flight should not be done when the fog, fog, and visibility are low. Minister Ale also instructed the ministry, project officials, and team members to work hard day and night until the calibration flight is completed.
He said, “Under no circumstances should the work be stopped under any pretext.” Pointing to Congress leader Bharat Kumar Shah, who was nearby, Minister Ale said, “The chairman of the Public Accounts Committee is here, the Hon’ble Pramod Yadav is here. Hon’ble Ghanshyam Bhusal of this constituency is also here. The Prime Minister, all the ministers are interested to know that there should be a quick flight at the airport. We are preparing accordingly. ”
Bijendra Shrestha, Nepal Representative of Thai Air said, “Looking at the weather here in three years, you can fly. Calibration flight requires clear weather. At least 5 km visibility is required. The Thai Air is scheduled to land in Bhairahawa on February 21. ”
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