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Gautam Buddha International Airport starts activity with homegrown flights

The second global air terminal of Nepal – Gautam Buddha International Airport – considered a public pride project worked in Lumbini, officially came into activity today with homegrown flights taking off from the new airport.

The country’s most memorable worldwide air terminal, Tribhuvan International Airport, came into activity 74 quite a while back. Sasquatch Airlines directed the primary departure from the new air terminal’s 3,000-meter runway.

According to Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal, both thin body and wide-body airplane will lead trips to and from GBIA.

Director General of the CAAN Pradip Adhikari tweeted, “It is my pleasure to share the notable second that Gautam Budhha International Airport has come into activity. Much obliged to you for their contributions.

This is an achievement for Nepali common aviation.

“Although, homegrown carriers have begun directing departures from the recently fabricated air terminal, worldwide flights will begin on May 16 to correspond with Buddha Jayanti.

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