Tribhuvan International Airport, the country’s only international airport, is safe and operational and has not been affected by any recent natural disasters. The Nepal airport, located 6 kilometers from the city center, has been serving the country since 1949. The airport consists of a single strip with one domestic airport.
Every day, about 30 international flights to Asia and the Middle East are scheduled. Nepal’s airport is also a center for a number of internal flights. The airport has a concrete runway of 10,007 feet with no instrument landing system. The international terminal, the national terminal, and the VIP terminal are the three terminals at Tribhuwan International Airport. It also works as a charter of Nepal Army Base Camp.
There are various banks and money exchanges that offer withdrawals and money exchanges, but dining options are limited, although beverages and snacks can always be purchased. Like dining in the airport, duty-free shopping is limited, with mostly local handicrafts and promotional products available. There is only one luggage terminal, and lost luggage must be reported to the switchboard or discussed with a member of the staff at any counter before leaving the airport.