The New Face Of Tribhuvan International Airport, Like You Have Never Seen Before (PHOTOS)

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Kathmandu airport has the dubious distinction of being voted multiple times as one of the world’s worst airports. It has got consistently bad reviews for crumbling infrastructure, delays due to congestion, long lines at immigration and customs, and rude staff.

But passengers will be pleasantly surprised by improvements in the terminal buildings and the facilities once Nepal’s sole international gateway opens its doors after the COVID-19 lockdown is lifted. (SOURCE  @NEPALITIMES)

PHOTOS BY Manish Paudel

The newly-paved runway at Kathmandu airport, which has now been extended by 300m at the southern end. Photo: Manish Paudel
Most planes have now been parked for two months after being grounded on 24 March. Photo: Manish Paudel
The extension of the arrival area takes passengers to the lower level receiving area. Photo: Manish Paudel
The arrival terminal is being spruced up for arrivals once the lockdown is lifted. Photo: Manish Paudel
The extension of the arrival area is more spacious and allows smooth transfer to waiting cars and transport. Photo: Manish Paudel
The check-in are at the domestic airport also has floor markings for separation. Photo: Manish Paudel
The expanded sterile area in the departure concourse now has a capacity for 1,500 passengers at a time. Photo: Manish Paudel
Floor markings ensure that passengers queuing up at immigration maintain at least 1m distance. Photo: Manish Paudel
View from the edge of the northern end of the runway looking at Boudha. Photo: Manish Paudel
Planes parked at TIA, Photo: Manish Paudel
In cases the queues for health checks are long, the floor markings extend to the apron outside. Photos: Manish Paudel


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