The nation’s second International Airport; Gautam Buddha Int’l Airport (GBIA), Bhairahawa has become the second well equipped Airport since Thursday.
Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) stated that the airport will be able to land international flights in the next 42 days. CAAN has published Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP) on their website, this report contains information regarding the condition of airports for the airlines.
The airport is preparing to operate Test Flights from April 14 and Commercial Fights from May 15 after completing the mechanical test flight.
The Director of CAAN, Pradip Adhikari said the door has been opened for International Flight with the issue of AIP. He said, “The aircraft that could not land on Tribhuvan International Airport will be able to land in GBIA with an instrumental landing system”.
The new airport will prepare for commercial flight along with discussing entry points with the Indian government said Govinda Dahal, General Manager of Gautam Buddha International Airport.