Pokhara, February 11
Pokhara Tourism Council, an umbrella organisation of tourism businesses and stakeholders in Nepal’s tourism city, has decided to make efforts to expand air connectivity in Nepal.
At a concluding function of promotional visit of North-East India held on Sunday, Council Chair Chiranjibi Pokharel suggested that Indian tourism entrepreneurs make Nepal’s air service further effective.
Keeping in mind the complaints lodged by tourism entrepreneurs from the surrounding of Nepal-India Kakadbhitta border about lack of direct flight connection from Chandragadhi airport to Pokhara, Pokharel said efforts would be initiated to establish direct connectivity from Bhadrapur to Pokhara.
On the occasion, Chair Pokharel and senior tourism entrepreneur Ganesh Bahadur Bhattarai had handed over the tour team members the certificate of participation.
Published on February 11th, Monday, 2019 12:56 PM
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