Kathmandu Tribhuvan Airport Reviews

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Kathmandu Tribhuvan Airport Reviews

Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport (Nepali: त्रिभुवन अन्तर्राष्ट्रिय विमानस्थल, IATA: KTM, ICAO: VNKT) is an international airport in Kathmandu, Nepal. It is the sole international airport in Nepal and has one domestic and one international terminal. At present, about 30 international airlines connect Nepal to destinations in Asia, Europe and the Middle East. The airport is about six kilometres from the city centre, in the Kathmandu valley.

Kathmandu Tribhuvan Airport began as Gauchaur Airport, named after the area of Kathmandu where it was situated. The formal beginning of aviation in Nepal occurred in 1949 with the landing of a lone, four-seater, Beechcraft Bonanza aircraft, carrying the Indian ambassador. The first charter flight took place between Gaucher and Calcutta, in a Himalayan Aviation Dakota on 20 February 1950.

The Kathmandu Tribhuvan Airport is now again connected to Europe with service by Turkish Airlines to Istanbul, after a long gap without service to Europe when Royal Nepal ended their flights to Frankfurt and London in 2001.

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Currency Exchange – Yes
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Website:
Kathmandu Tribhuvan Airport Official Website

Kathmandu Tribhuvan Airport Map

Kathmandu Tribhuvan Airport Weather Forecast

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