Stories Tagged 'Civil aviation authority of nepal'
The Finance Ministry said it had approved additional funding of Rs700 million to restart the stalled Gautam Buddha International Airport project.
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The contractor for Gautam Buddha International Airport being built in Bhairahawa has stopped work complaining that it has not been paid. The stoppage has dealt another blow to the national pride project which has been facing endless delays since construction started in 2013.
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Tourism Minister Rabindra Adhikari said that a draft bill to split the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal into two entities—regulatory body and service provider—was in the final stage of completion.
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Seven international companies responded to the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal’s tender notice and submitted proposals to develop the second phase of Gautam Buddha International Airport in Bhairahawa.
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The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (Caan) has asked the government to delay issuing an operating licence to defunct private carrier BB Airways until the expansion of Bhairahawa airport is complete.
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The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (Caan) is sitting on a big pile of cash—more than Rs14 billion to be precise—but its infrastructure and service quality are in a poor state, which are hurting the country’s aviation sector and tourism growth potential.
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