The Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu is the only international airport in Nepal (Till The Date). Tribhuvan International Airport is located in Kathmandu, Nepal. The Airpor in Kathmandu is located between the Sinamangal and Gaushala Area. The Kathmandu Airport is around 1 km away from the Pashupati Nath Temple, the Historical Temple is located in Gaushala, Kathmandu.
Tribhuvan International Airport is the sole international airport in Nepal. The second is Nijgadh Airport which is yet not operated. The Original Name of the Tribhuvan International Airport is Gauchaur Airport, it was later changed to the current name in 1964 after a long time of inauguration by King Mahendra in 1955.
At the time of starting there was a grass runway, and later the Airport was extended many times. Currently, the airport has 3 terminals. One is for international, one for the domestic and the third one for VIP Guest.
The Kathmandu Airport is connecting 38 international locations, and also it is the main hub for Nepal.
Officially the airport was started in 1949, at that time Beechcraft Bonanza was landed, it was carrying an Indian Ambassador. On Feb 20, 1950, the first charter flight was made from Gauchaur (Tribhuvan International Airport) to Calcutta.
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