Pokhara, November 18
Domestic flights operating to and from Pokhara’s old airport will be affected due to the calibration flights at Pokhara International Airport.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal is doing calibration from coming Monday for one week (November 21 to 28) for the technical testing of the new international airport.
An Aerothai Company aircraft has arrived in Nepal for this purpose, and it will take off and land several times at the airport for mechanical testing.
This will definitely affect regular flights, say airline companies.
Yeti Airlines and Buddha Air have already informed passengers that their flights will be affected for a week.