Arriving in Bhairahawa on Saturday to inspect the airport, Minister Ale said that it would be easier for the locals if international flights were started from the airport.
Minister Ale said, “We are preparing to operate direct international flights from Gautam Buddha International Airport. If international flights start, it will be convenient for the citizens here.”
Stating that an initiative is being taken with India for permission for direct flights, he said that the problem would be resolved soon as the Minister of Civil Aviation had asked for permission for direct flights during his visit to India a few months ago.
Emphasizing that the problem of air traffic in Kathmandu would be solved if international flights were started from Bhairahwa as it is the second-largest international airport in the country, Minister Ale said, “For that, it is necessary to operate this airport. The problem of citizens going to Kathmandu for foreign travel would be solved if this airport is started,”.
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