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The Tourism Ministry has informed the ambassadors from different European countries, including the ambassador of the European Union Delegation to Nepal, on the progress of splitting the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal into two entities, which they said was a prerequisite to remove Nepal from the “EU air safety list”.
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Nepal’s national aviation authority has been proposed to be divided into the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal and the Air Service Authority of Nepal in the draft Integrated Civil Aviation Bill, allowing the joint secretaries of the Civil Aviation Ministry to take charge of two vital positions.
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The invitation to bid for expansion works at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) has been cancelled for being premature, as it was issued without arranging the money to implement the project, sources at the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal said.
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The Tourism Ministry has claimed that a bill to split the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) into two entities—a regulatory body and service provider—will be introduced in the upcoming winter session of Parliament, as pressure is mounting on the government to lift Nepal from the “air safety list” of the European Commission.
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A technical delegation from the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) is scheduled to visit the Indian capital of New Delhi on Thursday to continue the air routes talks started last June. According to CAAN officials, a five-member team led by Deepak Baral, director of air traffic management at CAAN, will hold discussions with officials of the Airport Authority of India (AAI) regarding two vital air routes: Nepalgunj in the midwest and Mahendranagar in the far west.
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The European Commission (EC) has indicated that it is not happy with the Nepal government for lack of progress on making a law to split the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (Caan) as envisaged, raising doubts that Nepali airlines will be removed from its air safety list any time soon, sources said.
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