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    Flights

    Now that you’ve decided to make Nepal your next tourist destination, you may as well start looking around for discount flights to Nepal. There are a large number of airlines which operate flights to and from the country on a regular basis which will be able to assist you in finding a flight to Nepal. There are some 35 airports in Nepal in various places and conditions. Some are accessible to ...

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    Airport guides

    There are some 35 airports in Nepal. Only 10 have paved runways and even fewer are able to receive large aircraft. Still, the country is well-covered by quite an extensive network of smaller airports which can be easily chartered. Nepal airport officials are usually friendly and helpful but may not be able to speak English so if you are planning to pilot yourself to the country, make sure ...

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    Airports

    Whether you are traveling to or from Nepal, or within the country, you are likely enter at least one of this amazing country’s airports. Most travelers will arrive in Nepal via the Tribhuvan International Airport located in Kathmandu. This is the only international airport in the country and handles a large number of flights from both international and local airlines. From here you will find ...

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    Tribhuvan

    Kathmandu is the largest city in Nepal and is situated along the Bagmati River. This vibrant ‘tri-city’ is made up of a population exceeding well over 1.5 million inhabitants. Just 5.56 kilometres away from Kathmandu, you will find the only international airport in Nepal.

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    Pokhara

    Unlike Tribhuvan International Airport, Pokhara Airport is relatively small and acts as a regional airport for central Pokhara in Nepal. It is operated by the government department of ‘Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal’ and was established on July 4, 1958. It is from here that you can get regular connecting flights to such places as the city of Kathmandu and Jomsom. Warning: if you wish to ...

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    Bharatpur Airport

    If you are looking for easy access to the Chitwan District, you might want to consider using the Bharatpur Airport which is located in the city of Bharatpur. Bharatpur is the capital of the Chitwan District, and this makes the Bharatpur Airport in Nepal one of the most important access points to this part of the country.

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    Simara Airport

    Because the standards of roads and road transportation are not generally all that good in the more remote parts of the country, a number of airports in Nepal have been built to provide a more reliable and quicker form of transportation. Unfortunately the expense involved in running and refueling aircraft remains a prohibiting factor for many Nepalese citizens who simply cannot afford the ...

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    Nepalgunj Airport

    The Nepalgunj Airport in Nepal is not one of the most popular airports in Nepal, but it definitely sees enough passenger and cargo traffic to sustain it. People often get direct flights to and from the airport, but may also choose to pass through as part of a connecting flight to another part of the country. The airport is located in Nepalgunj, which is probably the best access point for ...

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    Jumla Airport

    If you are thinking of traveling to Jumla the next time you visit Nepal, you should definitely investigate the option of flying to Jumla Airport. Flying is a quick, safe and convenient form of alternative transport in Nepal. In fact, air transport is probably the only way to gain access to Jumla since the area is still not connected to the national road network. Flying also gives travelers ...

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    Dolpa Airport

    Perhaps one of the smaller airports in Nepal, Dolpa Airport is a neat little airport that offers travelers only the most basic of services. However, despite its diminutive size its importance to local communities and travelers should not be underestimated. The Dolpa Airport provides a much needed air service to Dolpa and the surrounding areas.