Second International Airport in Nepal @ Nijgadh, Bara

Second International Airport in Nepal @ Nijgadh, Bara

This post is about to second international airport in Nepal. This second international airport is under construction in Nijgadh, Bara district of Nepal. It is new international airport in Nepal that is under construction. The official webpage of Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu Nepal is

According to Office i09ials statement of the Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation (MoTCA), the detailed Feasibility Study Report carried out by Korea’s Landmark Worldwide Company (LMW) on the ministry premises. This second international airport in Nepal will be developed under the ‘build own operate and transfer’ (BOOT) model.

Bara Nijgadh International Airport Nepal
Bara Nijgadh International Airport, Nepal

On March 8, 2010, the government of Nepal had awarded the contract for carrying out a detailed feasibility study to Landmark Worldwide Company of Korea.

The company has invested $3.55 million for the detailed and design feasibility study. Second International Airport of Nepal will cover 3,000 hectares of land (2,000 hectares for the airport and remaining for airport city).

List of Airports in Nepal: Both Domestic and International

The estimated cost of this second international airport in Nepal for the first phase, according to the feasibility study, would be $ 650 million. The proposed airport Apron has 15 stands for international carriers, four stands for domestic and two for cargo flights.

Second International Airport in Nepal @ Nijgadh, Bara

Jitendra Sahayogee

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3 thoughts on “Second International Airport in Nepal @ Nijgadh, Bara

  1. Airport inside the jungle? Nepal’s greatest treasure are her jungles, animals, birds, nature. If airports replace this greatest attraction for travelers, it might as well happen that they stop to have interest to travel there anymore…

    Planes passing many times a day, and the consequent increase in traffic to transport those crowds out and in the airport will force big highways and further depletion of the still lively jungles, adjacent to Parsa and Chitwan.

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