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CAAN : Institutional Profile

Name: Address: Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal Babarmahal, Kathmandu, Nepal Tel.: 4262387, 4262326, 4262518 Fax: 977-1-4262416 E-mail: dgca@caannepal.org.np Web: www.caanepal.org.np Authority 31 December 1998 1. Civil Aviation Act, 2015 (1959 AD) Statutory Regulations 2. Civil Aviation Authority Act, 2053 (1996) - Establishment Main Functions: Permitting Airlines Operation Airworthiness Certification and manpower Licensing/Rating Regulationg Air Transport and Civil Aviation Activities Constructing, operating and maintaining airports Equipping and maintaining airports with necessary communication and navigational facilities Affiliation/Institutional Linkages: ICAO, COSCAP-SA, MOCTCA, Nepal Army, Nepal Police, Nepal Armed Police, Airlines, NTB, International Funding Agencies, Traveling Public.

Type: Date of Establishment: Legal Status:

Funding Resources: Charges from airports and air navigation services, Regulatory fees, Royalty etc.

Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal Established : 31 December, 1998

Mission

Strategy

Vision

Making Air Services an Effective Vehicle of high Economic Growth through Wide Scale Tourism Promotion and Accessibility

Ensuring Safe, Secured, Efficient, Standard and Quality Service in Civil Aviation and Airport Operations

Airport Marketing, Facilitating, Diversifying Revenue sources, Monitoring Organizational Performance and HRD Training

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CAAN - Board of Directors

Chairman Honourable Sharat Singha Bhandari Minister for Tourism and Civil Aviation

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CAAN - Management Committee

Chairman Ram Prasad Neupane, Director General

Member Tri Ratna Manandhar Deputy Director General Corporate Planning, Performance Evaluation and Monitoring Directorate

Member Min Raj Upadhayaya Chief Civil Aviation Academy

Member Ratish Chandra Lal Suman Deputy Director General Airport Management and Development Directorate

Member Dinesh Prasad Shrestha General Manager, Tribhuvan International Airport

Member Member Binod Kumar Gautam Suman Kumar Shrestha Deputy Director General Deputy Director General Air Transportation and Regulation Directorate Air Transport Planning and Development Directorate

Member Secretary Kamalesh Kumar Verma Manager

Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal


Organisation Structure
Board of Directors Revenue Perf. Evaluation Air Transport MIS & PR Monitoring Committees Director General National Civil Aviation Security Committee Monitoring Committees Aviation Safety & Security Airports Mission Vision & Busi. Plan

Aircraft Accident & Incident Investigation Div.

Aviation Medical Board

Internal Audit & Quality Assurance

Secretariate/Board Directorate

Domestic Airport Department Aviation Safety Dept. CNS Department Radio Engineeerig Division Electro-Mechanical Division Air Traffic Services Division Air Space & Air Route Division AIS/SAR Division Airworthiness Inspection Division Flight Operation Division License & Examination Division Air Transportation & Regulation Directorate Airport Management & Development Directorate Airport Improvement & Development Department Communication & Navigational Aid Department Facilitation Department Aircraft Operation Department Airlines Affair Department ICAO/ASA Int'l Relation Department HRD & Training Department Aerodrome Safety & Standard Dept. Aerodrome Inspectorate(Civil) Aviation Security Dept. Civil Engineering Dept. Aviation Security Division Aviation Fire Division Major Project Division Project Planning, Design & Standardization Division Aerodrome lnsp. (Ele/Mec) Aerodrome Inspectorate (RFF) Air Transport Planning & Development Directorate ANS Safety and Standard Dept. ANS Inspectorate (ATM/SMS) ANS Inspectorate (AIS) ANS Inspectorate (CNS) ANS Inspectorate (PANS/OPS) Civil Aviation Academy Administration Department Tribhuvan International Airport Civil Aviation Office Finance Department Corporate Planning, Performance Evaluation & Monitring Directorate Business Planning, Charges & Analysis Division Performance Evaluation, R & D Division MIS, Public Relation & Publicity Division Asset Mgmt. Division

Air Traffic Mgmt. Dept.

AVIATION HISTORY IN BRIEF


1949: The date heralded the formal beginning of aviation in Nepal with the landing of a 4 seater lone powered vintage Beach-craft Bonanza aircraft of Indian Ambassador Mr. Sarjit Singh Mahathia at Gauchar. The first charter flight By Himalayan Aviation Dakota from Gauchar to Kolkata. King Mahendra inaugurated Gauchar Airport and renamed it as Tribhuvan Airport. Grassy runway transformed into a concrete one. Department of Civil Aviation founded. Royal Nepal Airlines started scheduled services domestically and externally. RNAC fully owned by HMG/N as a public undertaking. Civil Aviation Act 2015 BS. promulgated. Nepal attained ICAO membership. Tribhuvan Airport renamed as Tribhuvan International Airport. The 3750 feet long runway extended to 6600 feet. Landing of a German Airlines Lufthansa Boeing 707. Thai International starts its scheduled jet air services. Nepalese jet aircraft Boeing 727/100 makes a debut landing at TIA. ATC services taken over by Nepalese personnel from Indian technicians. TIA runway extended to 10000 feet from t h e previous 6600 feet. CATC established. FIC (Flight Information Center) established. Nepal imprinted in the World Aeronautical Chart. Completion of International Terminal Building and first landing of Concorde. 2009: 2004: 2005: 2006: 1990: 1992: 1993: 1995: 1998: 1998: 2002: New International Terminal Building of TIA inaugurated by King Birendra. Adoption of Liberal Aviation Policy and emergence of private sector in domestic air transport. National Civil Aviation Policy promulgated. Domestic Terminal Building at TIA and Apron Expanded. CAAN established as an autonomous Authority. ASR/SSR brought to operation. COSCAP-SA Project established. Expansion of the International Terminal Building at TIA and the construction of a new air cargo complex. Rara airport (Mugu), Kangeldanda airport (Solukhumbu) and Thamkharka airport (Khotang) brought in operation. Domestic operation commenced. by jet aircraft

1950: 1955: 1957: 1957: 1958: 1959: 1959: 1960: 1964: 1967: 1967: 1968: 1972:

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International flights by two private operators began. A new comprehensive Aviation Policy introduced. GMG Airlines of Bangladesh, Korean Air and Air Arabia started air service to Nepal. Identification of site location for a new second international airport. Etihad, Dragon Air, Silk Air, Orient Thai and Hong Kong Express commenced their service to Nepal. Establishement of RCAG station at Nepalgunjto augument coverage of VHF communication in Air Traffic Control. An agreement of SDR 44388000 was signed between Nepal Government and CAAN for Capacity Enhancement Project of TIA under ADB loan.

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2010:

C O N T E N T S
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Topic Sector and Capacity BASA Domestic Airport Profiles (a) Tenzing-Hillary Airport (Lukla) (b) Biratnagar Airport (c) Pokhara Airport (d) Gautam Buddha Airport (e) Nepalgunj Airport (f) Bharatpur Airport (g) Simara Airport (h) Janakpur Airport (i) Chandragadi Airport (j) Dhangadi Airport (k) Jomsom Airport (l) Jumla Airport (m) Surkhet Airport (n) Simikot Airport Finance

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Institutional Profile Vision, Mission, Strategy Board of Directors Management Committee Organizational Structure Aviation history in brief

Director General's Review CAAN : Highlights List of the action items arising from the 46th DGCA Conference List of the action items arising from the 47th Conference Tribhuvan International Airport Phased Development of TIA Airlines Operating in Nepal AOC Status

DIRECTOR GENERAL'S REVIEW


Though the circumstances during my taking over as the Director General were challenging, the problematic situation was immediately sorted out after addressing the employees allowances and facilities and adoption of Employees' Welfare Fund Directives among other issues. The succeeding days marked smooth operation and a cordial work environment complemented by a significant growth in traffic and aviation activities. The year 2010 was significant in many ways and I have the pleasure in presenting the annual report with the highlights of our scope, activities and achievements during that period. International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has projected that the annual growth rate of international passenger movement will be 4.5%, cargo 6% and aircraft 3.5%. Similarly, in the Asia and Pacific Region, the projected growth rate of international passenger movement, cargo is 7%, and 7.5% respectively. At home, the air traffic growth in 2010 is very impressive. The number of international aircraft movements at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) is 13979 till September 2010 against 11329 till September 2009 which shows a whopping 23% growth over that in the previous year. The international passenger movement also shows a tremendous growth this year with movement of 1418949 passengers in 2009 (till September) against 1715949 in 2010 (till September). This means TIA handled 21% more international passenger this year than the previous year. Going through the number of international passengers within one year (from 2008 to 2009), it was 1830630 in the year 2008 whereas it was 2027147 in 2009. Its growth, thus observed, within one year was 11%. The international aircraft movement increased from 2008 to 2009 following the similar trend. It was 14276 in 2008 and 15701 in 2009. TIA thus handled 10% more international traffic in 2009 compared to that in 2008. Comparing the data to find out the growth in ten years, the number of international passengers in the year 1999 was 1100331 whereas that in 2009 was 1715949, the growth thus being 56%. The international aricraft movement also has almost the same trend of growth from 1999 to 2009. In 1999, the number of international airtraft movement was 8426 but it was 13979 in 2009. The growth in the number of international movements in the span of ten years thus was 66%. This increase in traffic has intensified the necessity of planning for an extension of operation hours at TIA . This is just a glimpse of the growth trend at TIA. The domestic sector has experienced the same situation over years with increase in the number of passenger as well as aircraft movement. Given the trend, the civil aviation sub-sector is sure to make a significant contribution to the Nepal Tourism Year 2011 which aims to bring in one million tourists during that year. Considering the rapidly growing traffic, CAAN is concerned with the improvement and expansion of Tribhuvan International Airport. It was in response to the request from the Government that ADB agreed to fund for capacity enhancement of TIA according to its master plan. Under this assistance we are hoping for an overall improvement made to meet the air traffic growth trend. Some of the planned initiations to be supported by ADB include runway extension by 300 meters to the south, installation of runway centerline lights, installation of new CAT I approach lights, construction of a temporary Domestic Terminal Building, refurbishing the existing international terminal building, construction of new parallel taxiway, construction of new international apron, new CNS equipment, installation of localizer DME Runway 02, etc. Besides, the project is also carrying out institutional capacity s trengt hen in g and m anag em ent aspects o f C A A N . Similarly, runway overlay works at TIA is in significant progress, CAAN is well aware of the need to have a Localizer DME approach system for precision at TIA despite operational constraints. We have also felt the necessity for allowing the international airlines to utilize TIA in various slots of operations, particularly during night, with increased safety and reliability. A slot management committee constituted for this purpose is making careful scrutiny in this regard. On licensing activity, we have been issuing CPL, ATPL, and licenses for AMTs, dispatchers, ATCs and Radio rated personnel. We also carry out airlines regulatory inspection and audit on regular periodic and random basis. Remaining within the framework of the ICAO SARPs, we abide by the government policies and rules. We have been following the Civil Aviation Policy 2006 and we will continue to encourage the private sectors to focus not only in the lucrative sectors but also in the remote sectors and meet their social obligation. Similarly, single engine aircraft operation has also gained momentum in the current year serving the remote areas. It must be considered to be a good option as there will be less consumption of fuel and it will be affordable for both private operators and the needy. Out of AOCs granted to the operators last year, two companies have been issued AOCs under the category of adventure airline operation. These two new airlines have already started providing their service expanding the horizon for the entertainment and adventure tourism in Nepal. To discourage the tendency of idly holding the operating licenses, CAAN is firm to annul the AOC of the airlines which are not interested in renewing their licenses or are not meeting the safety standards. In the early 2010, we revoked three AOCs in this respect. CAAN has been regularly involved in the various international activities that promote safety, security and sustainable development of civil aviation. A Nepalese delegation participated in the 37th session of the ICAO Assembly held in Montreal in September/October 2010. Recently CAAN participated in the 47th DGCA Conference hosted by the Civil Aviation Authority of Macau. The 47th Conference of Directors General of Civil Aviation Asia and Pacific Regions (47th DGCA) was held from 25 to 29 October 2010. A 2- member delegation participated in the Conference. The theme of the Conference was, "Through the Turbulence Working Together for the Recovery

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and Enhanced Development of Aviation" The DGCA Nepal was selected as the moderator to Agenda Item 2: Review of Action Items arising from the 46th Conference. At the occasion, Nepal presented 4 Discussion Papers (DPs) on Agenda item 3, 4 and 5 including an update on the status of implementation of Action Items from the 46th Conference. The Conference was attended by 258 delegates from 31 States/Administrations and 8 international organizations including observers. Recent Activities and Achievements
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In order to reduce congestion in the domestic apron, the construction of a separate parking area for helicopters has been completed towards the eastern side of the runway. This parking space will definitely be useful for smooth helicopter operation. An additional sterile hall having the capacity of accommodating 300 passengers and arrival walk way including essential improvement in terminal facilities have been undertaken in order to support Nepal Tourism Year 2011. On the construction of Second International Airport (SIA) at Nijgadh of Bara district, action has been initiated for land acquisition, and settlement-plan for 1365 homeless families occupying that area and also for the Environment Impact Assessment. A detailed feasibility study (DFs) is in progress.

Airport infrastructure development related works have been carried out at Taplejung, Chandragadhi, Manamaya Rai Khanidanda, Kangeldanda, Thamkharka, Rajbiraj, Rumjatar, Manang, Tumlingtar, Pokhara, Surkhet, Dolpa Juphal, Jumla, Rara Mugu, Biratnagar, Simikot, Dhangadhi, Phaplu, Simara, Lamtang, Dhorpatan, Syangboche, Meghauli, Janakpur, Lamidanda, Sanfebagar, Rukum Chaurjahari, Pokhara (new), Dolpa (Masinechaur) and Kalikot airports. These development works are expected to increase airport capacity, enhance safety and security and reduce the operating cost of the operators. A Remote Control Air Ground (RCAG) System has been installed at Nepalgunj airport and its VHF coverage towards the western part of Kathmandu Area Control Centre has been extended. The system has served as a backbone of communication for Regional Area Navigation Route L626. Under Management Service Agreement (MSA) with ICAO, CNS and ATM experts have completed field study for appropriate technology identification for ATS surveillance and appropriate technology for Approach and Landing System at TIA. Tender documents along with technical specification is going to be prepared with the help of ICAO CNS/ATM experts for the implementation of long awaited Precision Approach System and landing System at TIA. Installation/Commissioning of Airfield Lighting System at Dhangadhi and Simara airports together with the commissioning of the PAPI at Surkhet, Janakpur and Chandragadhi have already begun and are expected to be completed by the current fiscal year. Similarly, blacktopping of runway, taxiway and Apron of Dhangadhi Airport has been completed and construction of new terminal building started. This investment at Dhangadhi airport is expected to serve for the regional development of far western part of the country. Installation/Commissioning of DVOR/DME at Biratnagar and TIA, Kathmandu is almost completed and is going on air shortly after calibration. The installation of these equipments would render the flight operation more reliable. AMHS procurement is in progress. Commissioning of two- men position Console at Janakpur, Chandragadhi and Surkhet airports has reached near completion. Extension and blacktopping of Surkhet airport has been completed. The parking apron there has also been extended making it wider to accommodate more aircraft. Extension of runway at Janakpur airport by 300 meters has been completed giving it a final length of 1200 meters. The upgrading of the runway, taxiway and apron has also been completed. Blacktopping of runway, taxiway, and apron at Simikot (Humla)

Since 2009 and on, Nepals aviation industry has been growing considerably. Local air carriers continued to expand their fleet to cope with the increasing demand on air services. The year 2009 and a part of this year 2010 remained quite hectic for us in the preparation of volumes of regulatory documents. Now the Civil Aviation Requirements, the 5th amendment of AIP (Aeronautical Information Publication) have been prepared and are already into action. Similarly, a database including all procedures, routes, approach and departure chart has been prepared by digitizing the aeronautical charts of Nepal. The new aeronautical chart has already been published. The Safety Management Systems (SMS) Requirements has been introduced and preparation of State Safety Program (SSP) is in progress. With a view to develop the existing Gautam Buddha Airport into a regional International Airport, priority-wise improvement works have been put in process. Project under Asian Development Bank (ADB) -South Asia Subregional Economic Cooperation (SASEC) has been started. The materiality of this project will facilitate us to see crossborder flights between Nepal and Indian cities of religious and tourist interests. Similarly, I would like to give brief information regarding the establishment of an air corridor across the considerable part of Nepalese airspace. According to the policy of promoting Trans Himalayan flights and East West international flights with an aim to make maximum utilization of Nepalese airspace, and promote Nepal as an international transit, co-ordination with ICAO is in progress for establishing Trans Himalayan route which includes the Nepalese airspace in international long distance East West flights. Similarly, co-ordination with ICAO is going on for the establishment of East West (Kunming-Kathmandu-Delhi) Himalayan route as well. We have already established and brought into operation the two international routes B345 which is extended in the Kathmandu Lhasa sector and L626 (Kathmandu-Mahendranagar-Delhi). The government and CAAN are keen to be more flexible on increasing air seats and frequencies. Nepal has so far reached air service agreement and MOUs with 36 countries. CAAN is committed to co operate the Government for the maximum utilization of seats and facilitate international air transportation. CAAN, as a service provider as well, has responsibility to fulfill public demands. Hence, we are set to strengthen domestic airports in respect of basic infrastructure with cooperation and support of the government

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and local people. It may be noted that black topping of Surkhet and Dhangadhi airport has facilitated airlines in smooth air services. Our focus for the coming days will be to speed up the up gradation of other domestic airports including the remote airports which have high tourism and regional development potential, and restoration of damaged airport infrastructures. The ICAO Universal Aviation Security Audit has been successfully conducted during 22 to 29 November 2010. The fulfillment of various positions were done in a massive scale. Talking about the Human Resource Development during 2009 and 2010, the personnel from CAAN are being trained abroad as well as locally. The Civil Aviation Academy has been conducting various training courses including the Basic ATS Training, Basic RFF training, Civil Aviation Regulation (CAAR), refresher courses , AIP orientation course training for the pilots etc. The ICAO Trainair Plaus Project has been started at CAA which aims to grant CAA the Trainair plaus membership. The Trainair expert has established course development unit (CDU) at CAA and a course developers workshop has been successfully completed. The expert and the CDU team are set to develop a standardized training package (STP) on SSP and CNS technologies for ATC, Civil Aviation Academy training policy and procedure manual as well as Aviation English Language Proficiency Testing Procedures are being developed to comply with language proficiency requirements of ICAO by the timeline of 5 March 2011. Some Significant Works Included in the Budget and Programme in the fiscal year 2067/68 The works that CAAN is performing in the current fiscal year in accordance with the decision of the Board of Directors are as follows:
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Continue the works being done during the last fiscal year, regarding the building construction at Manamaya Rai Khanidanda, Kaangeldanda, Thamkharka, Meghauli, Rajbiraj, Phaplu, Tumlingtar, the old and the New airports at Pokhara, Dolpa,Biratnagar, Surkhet, Rukum Chaurjahari, Lamidanda, Jumla, Sanfebagar and Dhangadhi airports. Equip Simara and Dhangadhi airports with Airfield Lighting System to make these airports suitable for running night operation. Install new Communication equipments like VHF/ HF at different airports because of the old model of the existing equipments of which even the spare parts are not easily available. Complete the installation process of new VOR/DME at Kathmandu and Biratnagar airports. Equip Rara, Dolpa and Phaplu airports with Meteorological Observation Temperature in the present fiscal year in order to implement the recommendation of USOAP and to function in accordance to ICAO Annex-3.

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This year, the government of Nepal by the cabinet decision has transferred the assets formerly owned by the then Department of Civil Aviation. This transfer has been made under the CAAN Act 2053. We are paying special attention to update records and expedite the process of having title of ownership of the assets to CAAN. It will be pertinent to mention that the Government of Nepal and CAAN observed the international civil aviation day on 7th December of 2010 with the ICAO mandated theme of Safe, Secure and Sustainable Aviation for our Planet. The participation of AOAN and other stakeholders was commendable not only in celebrating the occasion but also in organizing a workshop with meaningful deliberation on the subject of contemporary relevance. Finally, we would like to express our thanks to the government of Nepal, ICAO, and all stake holders, donors, COSCAP-SA, EU-SA, CASP-AP, industry partners for their contribution to the development of civil aviation and supporting the activities undertaken by CAAN. We are confident that similar spirit of cooperation will be continued in the days ahead. I appreciate the outstanding performance, professionalism and commitment my colleagues and staff have demonstrated in developing the regulatory documents in addition to implementing the tasks assigned to them throughout the year. I hope this report will be resourceful and informative to all concerned. I would like to thank the dedicated members of the Publication Committee for the preparation and publication of this report. Ram Prasad Neupane Director General Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal

Continue the implementation of Corrective Action Plan (CAP) and the necessary works related to ICAO Audit. Complete the work of installing AMHS at TIA in order to enable TIA to exchange aviation messages with other domestic and international airports and Aeronautical Ground Stations. Perform flight calibration of the communication and navigation aid equipments at various airports. Develop required software and train the manpower so that Aerodrome and Airspace Procedure Design can be done within the country. Prepare Civil Aviation Documents related to USOAP/SMS. Start preliminary work related to the Route Procedures based on RNAV/RNP-GNSS at Biratnagar and Chandragadhi airports. Prepare obstacle Limitation Surface of the airports permitting IFR flights. Digitize the License issued to the manpower involved in the aviation security. Extend the runway at Manang and Dolpa airports, construct the terminal/tower building at Kangeldanda airport and extend the apron at Simikot airport. Continue the works being done during the last fiscal year, regarding to runway, taxiway and apron at Taplejung, Manamaya

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CAAN: HIGHLIGHTS
Airport Infrastructure Development With a single international airport, five regional hub airports (Nepalgunj, Biratnagar, Bhairahawa, Pokhara, and Dhangadhi), forty three other domestic airports and five airports under construction (Kalikot, Kamalbazar, Masinechaur, Sitaleshola, and Simichaur), there are fifty five airports in the country. Of these, thirty four airports are under operation at present. Tribhuvan International airport a) In the process of TIA improvement and expansion, CAAN has signed an agreement of SDR 44388000 with Nepal Government. ADB has agreed to fund for capacity enhancement of TIA according to its master plan. Under this assistance we are hoping for an overall improvement made to meet the air traffic growth trend. Some of the planned initiations to be supported by ADB include runway extension by 300 meters to the south, installation of runway centerline lights, installation of new CAT I approach lights, construction of a temporary Domestic Terminal Building, refurbishing the existing international terminal building, construction of new parallel taxiway, construction of new international apron, new CNS equipment, installation of localizer for Runway 02, etc. Besides, the project is also carrying out studies on organizational and management aspects of CAAN b) The runway and taxiway overlay work at TIA is in the verge of completion and the one additional international aircraft parking bay extension work has already been completed. Consequently, there are nine international aircraft parking bay at present. Facility and Service Improvement at TIA a) Services to the passengers and tourists are being provided in a regular, and time efficient manner paying attention to attain an overall improvement in the issues like sanitation, management of terminal, trolley service and taxi service. b) An Agreement between TIACAO, CAAN and SITA has been made so as to promulgate CUTE (Common User Terminal Equipment) system at TIA. CUTE is indispensable regarding international norms and it aids in e-ticketing system as well. In addition, this system can be used by all the operators to check the passenger ticket using single software instead of conventional dedicated counters. c) Emergency situation does not occur with prior notification. It may show up despite various security measures adopted for the safe conduct of flights. Keeping this in view, CAAN conducted an emergency exercise to examine the efficiency of all equipments, facilities, communication system, people and organizations involved, to reduce the extent of loss of life and property, and to keep intact the emergency handling mechanism by sorting out the weaknesses, if any. d) Executive Lounge and Restaurant providing high quality service is being operated at TIA to facilitate the tourists and the passengers. e) Additional baggage trolleys have been made available. Development of Domestic Airports The increase in number of aircraft operating companies as well as the aircrafts has rendered it necessary to upgrade and expand the domestic airports. This process of expansion is being continued by CAAN for aviation service to remain safe, regular and reliable. Following works have been done regarding the expansion of domestic airports and construction of additional physical infrastructures.
a) Dhangadhi airport

Taking into consideration the absence of airport with a blacktopped runway in Far Western Development Region and the request from the local bodies for up gradation and expansion of Dhangadhi airport, which has made a high contribution for the regional balance, CAAN has completed the blacktopping of the runway, taxiway and apron aiming to run the airport for the whole year through. Now Dhangadhi airport is capacitated enough for welcoming aircraft as big as Fokker 100.
b) Surkhet airport

Surkhet airport as the base of Karnali Region has been widely upgraded. Now the 1040x30 m runway is blacktopped, the aircraft parking apron area, which could otherwise accommodate five twinotters or the like aircraft, is now developed into a rigid parking apron fit for accommodating three more MI8 helicopters. The land acquisition for runway expansion is in progress.
c) Janakpur airport

The runway at Janakpur airport has been extended by 300 m giving it a final length of 12oom. The upgrading and development of the runway, taxiway, and apron has been completed at this airport. Expansion and development of this airport is underway.
d) Simikot (Humla) airport

The compensation amount against the land acquired for the runway expansion at Humla airport has been distributed. The blacktopping of runway, taxiway and apron at this airport is slowly progressing due to the difficulties in transporting construction materials and adverse weather conditions.
e) Tumlingtar airport

The blacktopping of the 800 m long runway at Tumlingtar airport is expected to be completed by Falgun 2067. f) The development of physical infrastructures related works as planned at Thamkharka (Khotang), Phaplu (Solukhumbu), Salle(Rukum), Sanfebagar (Achham), Chaurjahari and Bajhang Airports have been completed. A Remote Control Air Ground (RCAG) System has been installed at Nepalgunj and its coverage towards the western part of Kathmandu Area Control Centre has been extended. The tendering and evaluation process for the installation of Automatic message handling (AMHS) is on the verge of

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completion. c) As per the agreement made with ICAO regarding the replacement of existing RADAR/RDPS, the report of the extensive survey and study done by the ICAO experts has been submitted. The Airfield Lighting System at Nepalgunj airport has been replaced. The commissioning of DVOR/DME and accessories at Biratnagar and Kathmandu airport has been completed. The commissioning work of PAPI Light system at Chandragadhi, Surkhet and Janakpur airports is in progress. The installation and testing work of two men position tower console and accessories at Chandragadhi, Janakpur and Surkhet airports is in progress.

Improvements regarding airspace and domestic and international air routes Following work has been advanced regarding the airspace and the domestic and international routes in order to make the aviation service more efficient and economic a) According to the policy of promoting Trans Himalayan flights and East west international flights with an aim to make maximum utilization of Nepalese airspace, Co-ordination with ICAO is in progress for establishing Trans Himalayan Route which includes the Nepalese airspace in international long distance East West international flights. Similarly, co-ordination with ICAO is going on for the establishment of East West (KunmingKathmandu-Delhi) Himalayan route as well. In September 2009, a new route going to Delhi via Mahendranagar from Kathmandu (L626) was established and promulgated from 19th November 2009. For proper improvement of the existing domestic air route and airspace, Instrument Flight Procedures are being introduced in different airports and the revision of airspace is also in progress. A database including all procedures, routes, approach and departure chart has been prepared by digitizing the aeronautical charts of Nepal. The new aeronautical chart has already been published. The fifth amendment of Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP) Nepal has been published including all the revised data, routes and procedures. With an aim to introduce GPS based navigation system gradually in all airports, a preliminary preparation for implementing GPS Approach and Departure system in Biratnagar and Chandragadhi airports has been made.

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Airlines Operation Out of 60 AOCs issued so far, 28 are valid till date. Among these also, only four operators viz. Para Nova Nepal Pvt. Ltd., Annapurna Paragliding Pvt. Ltd., Mountain Helicopters Pvt. Ltd. and Muktinath airlines Pvt. Ltd. have been issued the AOCs for airline operation. The AOCs of the former two of these four companies are under the category of adventure airline operation and these have started providing service thus expanding the horizon of the adventure and recreational tourism of Nepal. Similarly, Mountain Helicopters has begun running its operation and has been serving the tourists by operating sightseeing flights and helping the needy by carrying out rescue flights. All of these activities have supported the development of tourism in Nepal. As for the progress related to international flight, 27 international operators have been serving in Nepal. The new entrants this year are Kingfisher Airlines (Delhi-Kathmandu-Delhi), Oman Air (OmanKathmandu-Oman) and Spice Jet Airlines (Delhi-Kathmandu-Delhi). Besides the new operators operating scheduled flights at Kathmandu airport, there are several international chartered flights which operate as required. More than 200 such chartered flights have been permitted this year. This number is expected to increase further in the days ahead. Bilateral agreements Nepal has signed in the bilateral aviation agreement with 36 countries viz. India, Sri Lanka, South Korea, Bhutan, Japan, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Brunei, China, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Macau, Maldives, Hong Kong, Philippines, Oman, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Qatar, Bahrain, Pakistan, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Israel, Austria, France, Luxemburg, Russian Federation, Germany, Italy, Netherland, United Kingdom, Croatia and Turkey. The Government of Nepal has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with India on 9th September 2009 and initialed the text of the Air Services Agreement for paving way for further collaboration in air transport sector. These negotiations have offered thirty thousand seats to and from six metropolitan cities, a historic surge over the existing 6000 air seats to and from seven points in India both ways. c)

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ICAO USOAP Audit ICAO audit Team has completed the Universal Safety Audit Program (USOAP). Corrective Action Plan (CAP) prepared and adopted according to the findings of the audit team are being implemented with priority. Civil Aviation Requirements as well as Documents and Manuals are prepared and being implemented in order to meet the ICAO requirements for contracting states to implement the provisions under SARPS contained in ICAO Annexes. Aviation Security a) Civil Aviation authority of Nepal has recently Commissioned (November 21) X-ray equipment for the security screening of hold baggage of the passengers departing from Pokhara airport. Amongst domestic airports, Pokhara airport serves maximum number of passengers and their baggage. As manual search of baggage requires comparatively longer time and Pokhara serving maximum number of passengers most of whom are tourists, use of high tech equipment for the screening instead of manual search was demanded. Commissioning of x-ray equipment is believed to assist security personnel in carrying out security search of baggage in more effective way and to expedite the processing of baggage as well. Nepal was audited by ICAO from 22 to 29 November 2010

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under second cycle of Universal aviation Security Audit Programme. ICAO has started mandatory aviation security audits of all its 190 contracting states commencing from 2003. First cycle of the audit was completed on December 2007. Nepal was audited on February 2006 under the first cycle of audit; the validation corrective action was done on 2008. ICAO Aviation Security Audit is aimed to assist the contracting states to enhance their security system and ultimately to upgrade and maintain the aviation security globally. Communication, Navigation and surveillance a) For the detail study of the appropriate surveillance Technology and Precision approach system and preparation of tender documents, discussion and site visit has been done with CNS and ATM experts from ICAO under the agreement NEP09/802 along with the pilots from different airlines and other aviation experts from Nepal. A presentation of the interim report prepared by the ICAO experts has been done to the technical groups of CNS and ATM division and collected their views and suggestions. A tri-party agreement has been signed between Radio Nepal, Qatar Airways, and CAAN in co-ordination with Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation and Ministry of Information and Communication to reduce the height of existing 97 meters high FM Station antenna of Radio Nepal located at Khumaltar, Lalitpur. In co-ordination with JICA Senior Volunteer (Advisor) working under CAAN head office, various activities have been initiated to maintain and upgrade the existing ASR/SSR, ATS Communication System, Meteorological Equipments installed during JICA Grand Aid projects. By coordinating with the Ministry of information and Communication, the yearly renewal charge for using Communication and Navigation equipments which was previously being paid to the Ministry of Information has been fully waived. For the 24 hour uninterruptible operation of Nepal RCAG System, a 15 KVA diesel generator has been installed in

Nepalgunj. With the coverage of this RCAG system the L626 Route has been successfully commissioned and is now in seamless operation. f) Radar Antenna overall work has been successfully completed. Flight Safety The task of maintaining a high level of flight safety is very challenging owing to the topographical constraint and the difficulty in establishing the communication and nav aid equipments as required in such condition. Nepal has been actively taking part in the worldwide safety and security Monitoring Programme under which the audit has been completed in Nepal. To promote safety culture, CAAN has instructed all operators and Maintenance Organizations to strictly implement Safety Management System. In the process of implementing the standard and recommended practices, the existing NCAR, FOR are under review. Similarly, Personnel Licensing Requirements (PLR) and Dangerous Goods Handling Requirements (DGHR) have been prepared and implemented. In order to uplift Nepalese Civil Aviation to international standard, in congruence with EASA part 145, part 147 and part 66, NCAR part 145, part 147 and part 66 have been prepared and implemented. Rescue and Fire Fighting Service TIA has been providing RFF category 8 as per the standard set by ICAO. For providing this service, well trained and skilled manpower has been employed and the equipments are maintained and kept ever ready to provide prompt service. Regular fire drills and exercise conducted to keep the manpower and equipment intact. Human Resource Development Abiding by the policy to produce skilled manpower related to aviation, Civil Aviation Academy has been providing various types of trainings. The trainings include, computer, ATS Refresher, AIP (pilots), AIP FD, RAMP Safety, Fire Fighting and Equipment Operation, PPS, AFIS Refresher, Basic VOR/DME, AVSEC Field Base, Pre- board Passenger Screening, Advance RFF, RFF field Base, TIA Security orientation, ATSEP License, Radio Line Technician, electrical Line Technician Orientation, AVSEC (Officer Level) etc. The on-going basic ATS and RFF training is going to be completed in a near future.

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Nepal's participation in the APAC DGCA Conference


Nepal is actively participating in the Directors General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) Asia Pacific Conference held annually. The 46th Conference of the DGCA was held in Osaka, Japan from 12 to 16 October 2009. A four-member Nepalese delegation participated in this Conference. Similarly, the 47th Conference of the DGCA was held in Maco, SAR, China from 25 to 29 October 2010. A two-member Nepalese delegation participated in the Conference. The following Discussion Papers (DPs) were presented from Nepal. 1. DP/3/22 - Performance Based Navigation (PBN) implementation in Nepal. 2. DP/4/6 - Development Status of Language Proficiency Requirements and Challenges in Nepal. 3. DP/4/25 - Aviation Safety Activities in Nepal. 4. DP/5/7 - Aviation Security Activities in Nepal. Mr. Ram Prasad Neupane, Director General, CAAN, leader of the Nepalese delegation was appointed as the moderator to Agenda Item 1 : Review of Action Items arising from the 46th DGCA Conference. A list of Action Items arising from the 46th and 47th DGCA Conference are as follows:

LIST OF THE ACTION ITEMS ARISING FROM THE 46th DGCA CONFERENCE
Nepal's Status of Implementation
Agenda Item 46/1 Seamless Sky- ATM APANPIRG is playing leading role and serves as the platform to discuss and plan the future ATM system for the harmonization and uniformity in the region. Nepal will continue to play its active role by participation in the APANPIRG meetings and support the implementation of ICAO provisions. Agenda Item 46/2 Security. Seamless Sky - Air Cargo contact person from CAA Nepal. Agenda Item 46/6 Implementation of continuous descent operation Nepal has developed its PBN implementation plan and submitted to ICAO APAC office which includes CDO as part of Nepal PBN implementation plan. Agenda Item 46/7 Asia Pacific Flight Procedures Programme Nepal fully supports the Asia-Pacific Flight Procedure Programme. CAA officials participated procedure deign basic and advance training course and will continue such participation to strengthen procedure design capability. Agenda Item 46/8 Preparation for WRC 2011 Nepal will give high priority to ensure support to ICAO position for WRC - 2011. Necessary coordination is being made with the appropriate Government authorities in this respect. CAA Nepal has designated focal point for this purpose. Agenda Item 46/9 USOAP Pre-audit Documents. Nepal would like to express sincere thanks and appreciation to ICAO, COSCAP-SA, civil aviation administrations and international organizations for their help and assistance for the accomplishment of USOAP audit in Nepal in May 2009. The post audit Corrective Action Plan (CAP) has been submitted to ICAO and the implementation is in progress. Action Item 46/10 Language Proficiency Requirements a. The questionnaire attached to ICAO State letter AN 12/44.609/53 dated 17 July 2009 has been duly completed and submitted to ICAO Headquarters, in which the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal affirmed its acceptance to comply with the

Nepal will follow air cargo security related provisions and facilitate protection of cargo supply chain for transport of cargo by air. A modern international air cargo terminal has been constructed to facilitate cargo storage and promote international trade. The operation and management modality of cargo terminal through private sector involvement is being explored. Agenda Item 46/3 Aviation Safety Nepal is committed to implementing State Safety Programme (SSP) and developing SSP regulation and programme. The Safety Management System (SMS) Requirements have been developed and enforced to ensure that service providers will effectively implement Safety Management System in their respective fields. With the regular ramp inspection, we are monitoring the safety of foreign carrier into Nepalese airspace. We look forward cooperation between States in sharing a safety information and promoting harmonization. Agenda Item 46/4 Submission of Implementation Status - List of Action Items Despite best efforts, six-month prior submission of implementation status could not be made due to practical problem. However, two months prior submission seems to be reasonable. Agenda Item 46/5 Asia Pacific Consultative Link. Manager, DGCA Secretariat has been designated as a

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language proficiency requirements by March 2011. Accordingly, an amended plan has also duly been posted with ICAO LPR Website. b. Nepal has, in various international forums including 46th DGCA Conference, informed about the inadequacy in the number of experts for training and testing in respect of language proficiency. Now, with the continued cooperation of States, Nepal has in place three qualified trainers/raters. Testing is expected to be achieved towards the full implementation of LPR by March 2011. As regards exploration of possibilities in terms of training and expertise, Nepal urges the concerned training organizations and States to continue with their fellowship programmes for developing countries like Nepal to allow more participation in training and workshops particularly in train-the tester programme and Aviation English Language Proficiency Interviewer/ Rater course STP No. 291/154/LAANENG, taking into account the continuity of LPR implementation process in respect of new entrants in future. In this regard, Nepal is considering to participate in 10th Aviation English

forum of International Civil Aviation English Association (ICAEA) to be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on 23rd and 24th November 2010, which aims to discuss the theme of sustaining ICAO LPR implementation beyond March 2011 from the operational and language training and testing points of view. Agenda Item 46/11 Technical Cooperation. Nepal has been actively participating in the Regional Cooperation Programme such as COSCAP-SA, CASP-AP and CAPSCA - and will continue to do so. Human resource development is vey crucial which requires cooperation and support from ICAO, States and other international organizations. The fellowship program with priority to developing countries will be very useful for manpower training. So, a co-operative mechanism should be reinforced and continued for this purpose. Agenda Item 46/12 Nepal looks forward the possible papers on this subject from various countries and try to share experience as far as possible.

LIST OF ACTION ITEMS ARISING FROM THE 47th CONFERENCE


Agenda Item 3: Air Navigation Planning and Implementation Action Item 47/1 Given the global and trans-boundary nature of air traffic flows the Conference recognizes the need for ATM Contingency Plans to be developed in consonance with ICAO Annex 11 and requests the ICAO APAC Office to consider the establishment of a Task Force for planning, coordination and implementation of a regional ATM contingency plan. Recognizing the lack of response to the ICAO State Letter Ref: AN 13/2-2010/31 dated 29 March 2010, requesting States to inform the ICAO APAC Office of actions completed toward implementation of the PANSATM provisions regarding the NEW flight plan content, the Conference urges States and Administrations which have not yet done so, to provide planning and implementation data of their New Flight Plan Format to the ICAO FITS website. To enable timely implementation of the new Flight Plan Format the Conference urges States/Administrations and Service Providers in the APAC Region to follow the Asia/Pacific transition period adopted by the APANPIRG Flight Plan and ATS Messages Implementation Task Force. Noting the lack of completion of State PBN Implementation Plan in the APAC Region and in keeping with the ICAO Assembly Resolution A37-11, the Conference urges States/Administrations that are yet to develop their plans, to complete a State PBN implementation plan as a matter of urgency to achieve the timelines and intermediate milestones and: a) requests States/Administrations to identify the focal point, consider deploying some resources to the PBN implementation plan and ensure the responses made within the deadline; requests the ICAO APAC Office to initiate a questionnaire to find out the problem/issues faced by States in not being able to submit a State PBN Implementation Plan.

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The Conference urges States/Administrations to: a) maintain continuous Civil and Military coordination as greater participation of military authorities in civil forums is necessar y to facilitate optimum utilization of airspace; and b) consider including their military counterparts in their delegations whenever possible.

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Agenda Item 4: Aviation Safety Action Item 47/6 States supported the establishment of the Regional Aviation Safety Group Asia Pacific (RASG-APAC) subject to reconciliation of the TORs of the COSCAPS and the RASGAPAC to avoid duplication. The Conference requests the ICAO APAC Office to circulate the DGCA-47/DP/4/3 (Establishment of Regional Aviation Safety Group in Asia Pacific) to the three COSCAP Steering Committees, PASO and other members of APAC for review. The Conference further requests the Regional Director of ICAO Asia Pacific Office to present the paper to the COSCAPs Steering Committee Meetings and to take leadership role in formulating necessary future actions based on the views of all States/Administrations in the region. The final document is to be circulated to all APAC States/Administrations. To develop and maintain the expertise of an Accident Investigator, the Conference agrees with the proposal submitted in DGCA-47/4/11 paper (Training Investigators and Maintaining their Expertise). The Conference, however, requests ICAO APAC Office to present this proposal to the COSCAPs Steering Committees for consideration. Taking note of the SARPs established in the related ICAO Annex and guidance provided in ICAO documents, the Conference emphasised upon the States/Administrations on the need to establish a State Safety Programme in order to achieve an Acceptable Level of Safety (ALoS) in civil aviation. The ALoS to be achieved shall be established by the State. (Annexes 6, 11 and 14) Agenda Item 5: Aviation Security Action Item 47/9 Noting that an aviation security Regulators Meeting is already proposed for 2011 in Singapore, the Conference urges States/Administrations to send their appropriate specialists to the next Regulators Meeting in 2011 in Singapore. The Conference further requests that: a) ICAO play an increased leadership role in this Regulators Meeting to ensure that matters are progressed consistent with the 37th ICAO Assembly Resolutions; and b) Reports from the Regulators Meeting are presented to the DGCA Conference. In order to have a unified approach in tackling aviation security issues and bolstering cooperation in this regard in the Asia Pacific region the Conference agrees to request ICAO through the DGCA platform to provide leadership and direction on aviation security matters consistent with the 37th Assembly Resolution. Agenda Item 7: Aviation and Environment Action Item 47/10 Looking that the global aspirational goals do not attribute specific obligations on States, to mitigate aviation impact on climate change in accordance with Assembly Resolutions A37-18 and A37-19, the Conference encourages States to: a) actively participate in ICAO's work on developing guidance for the preparation of State action plans, including attending the ICAO workshop for the Asia Pacific region, and to develop and submit action plans to ICAO by the end of June 2012; and b) undertake or enhance voluntary activities, including in partnership with other States, to address international aviation CO2 emissions and to share information on these activities. Action Item 47/11 Noting the potential presented by alternative aviation fuels in addressing aviation CO2 emissions, the Conference encourages States to collaborate and to exchange information on the development and deployment of sustainable alternative fuels for aviation. Agenda Item 8: Technical and Regional Cooperation Action Item 47/12 Recognizing the technical assistance requirements of Member States/Administrations in fulfilling their obligations for the effective safety and security oversight of aviation activities taking place under their

Action Item 47/7

Action Item 47/8

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jurisdictions, and making note of the enormous potentials in the Regional Cooperative Arrangements to help solve such situations, the Conference requests : a) the States to actively participate at the various ongoing Regional Technical Cooperation Programmes such as CASP-AP, CAPSCA-AP, COSCAPs, CAEMSA-SP, etc; b) the States to make the optimum use of the opportunities, facilities or services provided by such Programmes or Projects to meet their national requirements including the staff training; and c) Action Item 47/13 the international agencies and donor community to continue extending their support in cash and/or in kind for the continued implementation of the Regional Cooperative Programmes.

Acknowledging the acute shortage of trained and qualified aviation technical personnel and recognizing the potential benefits for building capacity in receiver States and also for building the capability of host State aviation training institutions, the Conference requests: a) States/Administrations having necessary resources and expertise to join the ICAO Developing Countries Training Programmes in order to provide assistance to States for training of national staff; and b) the Developing States to make use of the opportunities provided under the ICAO Developing Countries Training Programmes for training of their national staff as and when they are made available.

Action Item 47/14

Taking note of the outcomes of the Aviation Training Directors Forum in Singapore and considering the suggestion to institutionalize the forum the Conference requests the ICAO APAC Office to coordinate the efforts of a biennial meeting of the Aviation Training Directors Forum. States interested to host the next forum in 2012 are requested to officially advise the ICAO APAC Office of their intent. Considering the merits of CAPSCA Programme outlined in the DGCA-DP47/8/6 (Pandemic Preparedness Planning for the Aviation Sector), the Conference urges States/Administrations to join up as members of CAPSCA-AP, in view that CAPSCA has now been designated as a regular programme of ICAO for the triennium 2011-2013. Agenda Item 9: Other Business

Action Item 47/15

Action Item 47/16

Taking cognizance of the difficulties mentioned in the DGCA- 47/DP/9c/3 (Scheduling of DGCA Conferences being held in the same years as ICAO Assemblies) paper, the Conference agrees that during an ICAO Assembly year, the DGCA Conference should be held in a reasonable timeframe before or after the ICAO Assembly, noting that this may require some adjustments to the rescheduling of other related regional meetings.

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TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 10 YEARS AIRCRAFT MOVEMENT

INTERNATIONAL AIRCRAFT MOVEMENT YEAR


2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
AIRCRAFT INCREASE/DECREASE, % MOVEMENT THAN LAST YEAR +/- CHANGE REMARKS

DOMESTIC AIRCRAFT MOVEMENT


AIRCRAFT INCREASE/DECREASE, % MOVEMENT THAN LAST YEAR +/- CHANGE REMARKS

8105 7994 6884 7508 9062 11675 11057 11899 14276 15701

-321 -111 -1110 624 1554 2613 -618 842 2377 1425

-3.8 -1.4 -13.9 9.1 20.7 28.8 -5.3 7.6 20.0 10.0

1999/8426 Decrease Decrease Increase Increase Increase Decrease Increase Increase Increase

55998 55165 47941 53140 66471 68704 61291 65443 69286 76183

214 -833 -7224 5199 13331 2233 -7413 4152 3843 6897

0.4 -1.5 -13.1 10.8 25.1 3.4 -10.8 6.8 5.9 10.0

1999/55784 Decrease Decrease Increase Increase Increase Decrease Increase Increase Increase

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT International Aircraft Movement


18000 16000 14000 12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 8105 7994 6884 7508 9062 11675 11057 11899 14276 15701

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Domestic Aircraft Movement


80000 70000 60000 50000 40000 30000 20000 10000 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 66471 55998 55165 47941 53140 76183 68704 61291 65443 69286

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TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 10 YEARS PASSENGER MOVEMENT

INTERNATIONAL PASSENGER MOVEMENT YEAR


2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
PASSENGER INCREASE/DECREASE, % MOVEMENT THAN LAST YEAR +/- CHANGE REMARKS

DOMESTIC PASSENGER MOVEMENT


PASSENGER INCREASE/DECREASE, % MOVEMENT THAN LAST YEAR +/- CHANGE REMARKS

1061343 977948 851918 1000101 1140660 1251962 1383041 1627053 1830630 2027147

-38988 -83395 -126030 148183 140559 111302 131079 244012 203577 196517

-3.7 -7.9 -12.9 17.4 14.1 9.8 10.5 17.6 12.5 10.7

1999/1100331 Decrease Decrease Increase Increase Increase Increase Increase Increase Increase

853006 871818 748391 747981 876190 1110923 882717 916429 1036586 1377868

-40322 18812 -123427 -410 128209 234733 -228206 33712 120157 341282

-4.5 2.2 -14.2 -0.1 17.1 26.8 -20.5 3.8 13.1 32.9

1999/893328 Increase Decrease Decrease Increase Increase Decrease Increase Increase Increase

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT International Passenger Movement


2500000 2000000 1500000 1061343 1000000 500000 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 977948 851918 1000101 1383041 1140660 1251962 1830630 1627053 2027147

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Domestic Passenger Movement


1600000 1400000 1200000 1000000 800000 600000 400000 200000 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 853006 871818 748391 747981 876190 1110923 916429 882717 1036586 1377868

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TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 10 YEARS CARGO MOVEMENT

INTERNATIONAL CARGO MOVEMENT IN TONS YEAR


2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
CARGO INCREASE/DECREASE, % MOVEMENT THAN LAST YEAR +/- CHANGE REMARKS

DOMESTIC CARGO MOVEMENT IN TONS


CARGO INCREASE/DECREASE, % MOVEMENT THAN LAST YEAR +/- CHANGE REMARKS

17001 13565 12685 15585 12802 13151 13111 13884 13886 15349

1949 -3436 -880 2900 -2783 349 -40 773 2 1463

12.9 -20.2 -6.5 22.9 -17.9 2.7 -0.3 5.9 0.0 10.5

1999/15052 tons 2289 Decrease Decrease Increase Decrease Increase Decrease Increase Increase Increase 1912 2713 3122 2317 2974 3303 3924 4804 4384

1667 -377 801 409 -805 657 329 621 880 -420

268.0 -16.5 41.9 15.1 -25.8 28.4 11.1 18.8 22.4 -8.7

1999/622 Decrease Increase Increase Decrease Increase Increase Increase Increase Decrease

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT International Cargo Movement In Tons


18000 16000 14000 12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 17001 15585 13565 12685 12802 13151 13111 13884 13886 15349

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Domestic Cargo Movement In Tons


6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2713 2289 1912 3924 3122 2317 2974 3303 4804 4384

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TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


1800 1600 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0
AB

International Flight Movement 2010 (January-September)

Flight Movement

BA

BB

BH

CC

CE

CS

DR

ET

FD

FA

HD

JA

JL

KA

KF

NA

Airlines
TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
250000

NA

CI

PI

TR

SL

TF

TH

UB

D O TH

ER

International Passenger Movement 2010 (January-September)

200000

Passenger

150000

100000

50000

0
AB

BA

BB

BH

CC

CE

CS

DR

ET

FD

FA

2010

Airlines

HD

JA

JL

KA

KF

NA

NA

CI

PI

TR

SL

TF

TH

UB

D O TH

ER

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TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


250000

International Mail Movement 2010 (January-September)

200000

Mail in Kgs.

150000

100000

50000

0
AB

BA

BB

BH

CC

CE

CS

DR

ET

FD

FA

Airlines

HD

JA

JL

KA

KF

NA

NA

CI

PI

TR

SL

TF

TH

UB

D O TH

ER

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


3500000

International Cargo Movement 2010 (January-September)

3000000

2500000

Cargo in Kgs

2000000

1500000

1000000

500000

0
AB

BA

BB

BH

CC

CE

CS

DR

ET

FD

FA

Airlines

HD

JA

JL

KA

KF

NA

NA

CI

PI

TR

SL

TF

TH

UB

D O TH

ER

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TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DOMESTIC AIRLINES WISE MOVEMENT DATA 2010 (JANUARY-SEPTEMBER)

S.N.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

AIRLINES
Air Dynasty Aigni Air Air Kastamandap Buddha Air Fishtail Air Guna Airlines Manag Air

FLIGHT MOVEMENT PASSENGER MOV. DEP


342 3718 1 8278 554 2484

CARGO (IN KGS)


4260 300670 0 315717 1524 0 12857 24400 0 47436 1725 243819 497024 0 0 0 0 94671 3274 237 0 5313 3123 0 200 630 14340 25318 0 0 0 4260 372337 0 410388 3274 1761 0 18170 27523 0 47636 2355 258159 522342 0 0 660810 0 40

MAIL (IN KGS) OUT TOTAL


40

ARR TOTAL
342 3717 2 8278 557 2484 1 296 1221 462 29 48 433 2616 63 85 7049 1 27684 684 7435 3 16556 1111 4968 1 592 2441 907 58 95 864 5238 127 162 14101 2 55345

IN
754 66815 0 208034 1018 34237 0 819 16282 0 180 150 4604 32195 0 0 168052 0 533140

OUT TOTAL IN
540 64800 0 652 30499 0 1076 14973 179 155 3801 29003 0 0 0 1294 0 1670 64736 0 1895 31255 0 359 305 8405 61198 0 0 0 131615 71667

OUT TOTAL IN

184077 392111

Mountain Helicopter 296 Nepal Airlines NSBS Shree Airlines Simrik Air Sita Air Tara Air UN VVIP Yeti Airlines OTHERS TOTAL 1220 445 29 47 431 2622 64 77 7052 1 27661

487

487

146613 314665 242207 418603

476368 1009508 465240 1863775 2329015 527

527

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Domestic Flight Movement 2010 (Jan-Sep)


18000 16000 14000
Guna Airlines, 4968

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Domestic Passenger Movement 2010 (Jan-Sep)


450000 400000 350000
No. of Passenger
Agni Air, 131615

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Domestic Cargo Movement 2010 (Jan-Sep)


700000 600000
Cargo in Kgs
Sita Air, 258159

No. of Flights

Yeti Airlines, 314665

Guna Airlines, 64736

Nepal Airlines, 2441

Nepal Airlines, 31255

Buddha Air, 410388

Buddha Air, 16556

Nepal Airlines, 27523

Tara Air, 61198

Agni Air, 372337

Guna Airlines, 1761

Agni Air, 7435

Sita Air, 864

Sita Air, 8405

Others, 5523

6000 4000 2000 0

150000 100000 50000 0

200000 100000 0

2010

Others, 75695

8000

200000

300000

Tara Air, 522342

10000

250000

Buddha Air, 392111

400000

Yeti Airlines, 660810

12000

300000

500000

Yeti Airlines, 14101

Tara Air, 5238

Others, 3741

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TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DOMESTIC FLIGHT SCHEDULE MONITOR YEARLY 2009

SCHEDULE FLIGHT S.N.


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

FLIGHT RMK

Airlines
AGNI AIR BUDDHA AIR GUNA AIR GORKHA AIR NAC SITA AIR TARA AIR YETI AIR TOTAL

Types of Aircraft No. of Schedule Flight


Approved D228,JS41 ATR43,B190 B190 D228 DHC6 D228 D228,DHC6,PC6 8508 15152 3502 94 2303 3300 2187 50676 Operated 4054 11426 1525 47 1713 1368 1072 9420 30625

Total Percentage Charter Flight Flight of Operated Schedule Operated Operated


47.65 75.41 43.55 50.00 74.38 41.45 49.02 60.27 60.43 530 859 30 25 182 51 697 1858 4232 4584 12285 1555 72 1895 1419 1823 11278 34911

D228,JS41,DHC6 15630

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Domestic Flight Schedule Monitor 2009


18000 16000
15152 15630

No. of Schedule

14000 12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0


AGNI AIR BUDDHA AIR GUNA AIR 4054 3502 1525 94 47 NEPAL AIRLINES SITA AIR TARA AIR YETI AIR 2303 1713 3300 1368 2187 1072 8508 11426 9420

GORKHA AIR

Airlines

Yearly approved schedule Yearly operated schedule

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1400

International Flight Schedule Monitor 2009

1200

1000

No. of Schedule

800

600

400

200

ABY BAB BBC CCA CES CZN DRK ETD FDB GFA GMG HDA IAC JAI

JLL KAL PIA QTR TFL NAC SLK THA


2009 Schedule approved 2009 Schedule operated

Airlines

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


12000 11000 10000 9000

Domestic Schedule Flight VS. Charter Flight 2009


11426

9420

No. of Flights

8000 7000 6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0

4054

1525 859 530 AGNI AIR BUDDHA AIR 30 GUNA AIR 47 25

1713

1368 182 51 SITA AIR

1858 1072 697

GORKHA AIR

NAC

TARA AIR

YETI AIR

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TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT International Airlines, Designator, Aircraft type and Passenger capacity

S.N.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11

INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES
AIR ARABIA AIR CHINA BUDDHA AIR BAHARIAN AIR BIMAN BANGLADESH AIRLINES CHINA EASTERN AIRLINES CHINA SOUTHERN AIRLINES DRAGON AIR DUBAI AVIATION (FLY DUBAI ) GMG AIRLINES

SECTOR
OMSJ-VNKT-OMSJ ZULS-VNKT-ZULS VNKT-VQPR-VNKT OBBI-VNKT-OBBI VGZR-VNKT-VGZR ZPKM-VNKT-ZPKM ZGGG-VNKT-ZGGG VHHH-VNKT-VHHH OMDB-VNKT-OMDB OMAA-VNKT-OMAA VGZR-VNKT-VGZR OBBI-VNKT-OBBI VIDP,VABB VIDP-VNKT-VIDP VIDP-VNKT-VIDP RKSI-VNKT-RKSI VIDP,WMKK,VTBS,VHHH,OTBD OOMS-VNKT-OOMS OPKC-VNKT-OPKC OTBD-VNKT-OTBD VQPR-VNKT-VQPR WSSS-VNKT-WSSS VIDP-VNKT-VIDP VTBS-VNKT-VTBS EHAM-VNKT-EHAM VGZR-VNKT-VGZR

NO. OF DESIGNATOR TYPE OF FLIGHTS PER WEEK 2 LETTER 3 LETTER AIRCRAFT


14 3 2 7 7 3 3 6 7 7 7 11 21 7 7 2 22 22 4 3 21 5 6 7 7 1 6 G9 CA U4 2B BG MU CZ KA FZ EY Z5 GF 9W S2 IT KE IC RA WY PK QR KB MI SG TG OR BD ABY CCA BHA BAB BBC CES CSN HDA FDB ETD GMG GFA JAI RSH KFR KAL IAC RNA OMA PIA QTR DRK SLK SEJ THA TFL UBD A320 A319 B190 A319/320 B737,A310 B737 A319 A333 B738 A332/A320 MD82/83 A320/343/333 B738 B738 A320/321 B772 A320 /321/319 B752 B738 A310 A319 /ATR42 A320 B738 B772 B378 MD 83/DHC-8

PASSENGER CAPACITY
168 128 19 138/168 162/221 134 128 300 189 262/136 153 136/250/250 144 186 174 261 145/172/112 190 154 205 114/48 150 212 309 180 155

10 ETIHAD AIRWAYS 12 GULF AIR 13 JET AIRWAYS 14 JET LITE 15 KINGFISHER 16 KOREAN AIR
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18 NEPAL AIRLINES 19 OMAN AIR 20 PAKISTAN INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES 21 QATAR AIRWAYS 22 ROYAL BHUTAN AIRLINES (DRUK AIR) 23 SILK AIR 24 SPICE JET AIRLINES 25 THAI AIRWAYS INTERNATIONAL 26 TUI AIRLINES NETHERLAND (ARKE FLY) 27 UNITED AIRWAYS (BD)Ltd

A 320/332/333/319 144/272/305/110

2010

DOMESTIC AIRLINES WITH AIRCRAFT REGISTRATION & TYPE


TARA AIR (TA) 1. 9N-AET - DHC6 2. 9N-AEV - DHC6 3. 9N-AFA - DHC6 4. 9N-AGQ - D228 5. 9N-AHS -D228 6. 9N-AIU -PC6 7.9N-AIV-PC6 BUDDHA AIR ( BA ) 1. 9N-AEE - B190 2. 9N-AEK - B190 3. 9N-AEW -B190 4. 9N-AGH - B190 [E] 5. 9N-AIM - ATR43 6. 9N-AIN - ATR43 7. 9N-AIT - ATR43 8. 9N AJO- AT72 SHREE AIRLINES (SH) 1. 9N-ADD - MI8 2. 9N-ADM - MI17 3. 9N-ADL - MI7 4. 9N AJA -MI8 5. 9N ADK -MI17 AIR KASTHAMANDAP 1. 9N-AIZ-P750 2. 9N-AJB-P750 YETI AIRLINES(YA) 1. 9N-AHU - JS41 2. 9N-AHV - JS41 3. 9N-AHW - JS41 4. 9N-AHY - JS41 [E] 5. 9N-AIB - JS41 6. 9N-AIH - JS41 7. 9N AJC-JS41 GUNA AIRLINES (GNA) 1. 9N- AGI - B190 2. 9N-AGL - B190 3. 9N-AHZ - B190 AIR DYNASTY (AD) 1. 9N-AEX - AS50 2. 9N-AFQ - AS50 3. 9N-AGU - AS50 4. 9N - AJD - AS50 MANANG AIR 1. 9N-AHT - MI17 FISHTAIL AIR (FA) 1. 9N-AII - B206 [E] 2. 9N-AIK - AS50 3. 9N-AIW - AS50 4. 9N-AJI - AS50 SIMRIK AIR (SM) NEPAL AIRLINES (NAC) 1. 9N-ABB - DHC6 2. 9N-ABT - DHC6 [S] 3. 9N-ABU - DHC6 4. 9N-ABX - DHC6 [E] 5. 9N-ABO - DHC6 6. 9N-ACA - B757 6. 9N-ACB - B757 AGNI AIR (AG) 1. 9N-AIE - D228 2. 9N-AIG - D228 3. 9N-AIP - JS41 4. 9N-AIO - JS41 SITA AIR (ST) 1. 9N-AHA - D228 2. 9N-AHB - D228 3. 9N-AHR - D228 4. 9N-AIJ - D228 [E] 5. 9N- AIY-D228

1. 9N-ADT - MI17 2. 9N- AEL - BK17 MH 9N AJE - AS50 SHIVANI AIR 1. 9N-AID -C1 [E] 2. 9N-AIF - C1 [E]

VVIP FLIGHTS 1. 9N-RAG - AS32 [E] 2. 9N-RAJ - AS32 3. 9N-RAI - B06 [E] 4. 9N-RAL - B06 Note: E = C of A Expired S = Suspended

AVIA CLUB 1. 9N-AIL - A22L [E] 3. 9N-ADV - Biman 1 [E] 4. 9N-AHC - C582 [E]

AIR KASTHAMANDAP 1. 9N-AIZ-P750

MOUNTAIN HELICOPTER 1. 9N-AJE-AS50

2. 9N-ADU - Biman 1 [E] 2. 9N-AJB-P750

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TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DOMESTIC YEARLY MOVEMENT DATA 2008

FLIGHT MOVEMENT S.N.


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

PASSENGER OUT
34894 41205 36857 42964 39499 31221 30767 38582 51648 73181 62787 49524 533129

CARGO (IN KGS) OUT


227653 218570 213890 383718 438557 253277 221793 237576 416654 379420 940433 253730 4185271

MONTH
JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC TOTAL

DEP
2318 2557 3198 3171 2953 2155 2091 2410 3039 4273 3881 2609 34655

ARR
2315 2559 3197 3159 2958 2151 2093 2409 3036 4269 3880 2605 34631

TOTAL
4633 5116 6395 6330 5911 4306 4184 4819 6075 8542 7761 5214 69286

IN
35935 42241 38234 39743 43537 31780 29835 35454 39376 57911 64453 44958 503457

TOTAL
70829 83446 75091 82707 83036 63001 60602 74036 91024 131092 127240 94482 1036586

IN
15652 22319 23986 21970 45363 53604 33543 57470 173059 66791 65783 38722 618262

TOTAL
243305 240889 237876 405688 483920 306881 255336 295046 589713 446211 1006216 292452 4803533

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DOMESTIC YEARLY MOVEMENT DATA 2009

FLIGHT MOVEMENT S.N.


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

PASSENGER IN
39534 44044 51591 61107 51659 48267 47806 55925 54325 74564 79275 63446 671543

CARGO (IN KGS) IN


57178 54139 39267 35803 55437 62543 16590 48355 67077 46301 58482 43742 584914

MONTH
JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC TOTAL

DEP
2336 2577 3237 3547 3057 2689 2717 2761 3489 4534 4048 3120 38112

ARR
2334 2576 3231 3539 3061 2689 2715 2754 3487 4533 4041 3119 38079

TOTAL
4670 5153 6468 7086 6118 5378 5432 5515 6976 9067 8089 6239 76191

OUT
41898 48482 57557 62541 49601 48693 62690 55920 67495 77590 70540 63318 706325

TOTAL
81432 92526 109148 123648 101260 96960 110496 111845 121820 152154 149815 126764 1377868

OUT
259608 177721 243634 315900 413190 257267 307661 226600 345372 407333 568140 277135 3799561

TOTAL
316786 231860 282901 351703 468627 319810 324251 274955 412449 453634 626622 320877 4384475

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10000 9000

Domestic Aircraft Movement 2008 vs 2009

Aircraft Movement

8000 7000 6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

Aircraft Mov. 2008 Aircraft Mov. 2009


TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
150000 140000

Domestic Passenger Movement 2008 vs 2009

Passenger

120000 100000 80000 60000 40000 20000 0

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

Passenger 2008 Passenger 2009


TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Domestic Cargo Movement 2008 vs 2009

1200000
Cargo in Kgs

1000000 800000 600000 400000 200000 0


JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC

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FLIGHT MOVEMENT S.N.


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

PASSENGER MOVEMENT CARGO MOVEMENT (IN KGS) OUT


78406 75948 87341 80131 89481 77165 71906 81070 80275 86885 97903 84028 990539

MONTH
JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JULY AUG SEPT OCT NOV DEC G TOTAL

DEP
597 602 641 611 615 595 533 563 549 602 608 620 7136

ARR
599 601 643 611 614 594 535 562 552 603 606 620 7140

TOTAL
1196 1203 1284 1222 1229 1189 1068 1125 1101 1205 1214 1240 14276

IN
66084 66831 78009 68750 61150 54659 57171 64079 74163 94897 80027 74271 840091

TOTAL
144490 142779 165350 148881 150631 131824 129077 145149 154438 181782 177930 158299 1830630

OUT
463418 396444 682961 620411 638807 653796 650010 752939 760480 698646 660040 590195 7568147

IN
523956 384131 609120 481132 553090 470600 492878 609518 661652 531039 488923 511960 6317999

TOTAL
987374 780575 1292081 1101543 1191897 1124396 1142888 1362457 1422132 1229685 1148963 1102155 13886146

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT DATA 2009

FLIGHT MOVEMENT S.N.


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

PASSENGER MOVEMENT CARGO MOVEMENT (IN KGS) OUT


76443 74376 82658 86251 69139 64950 69555 78361 97583 110522 90854 83901 984593

MONTH
JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC TOTAL

DEP
618 578 658 640 645 604 620 651 648 742 706 736 7846

ARR
619 577 658 640 646 605 622 650 650 744 708 736 7855

TOTAL
1237 1155 1316 1280 1291 1209 1242 1301 1298 1486 1414 1472 15701

IN
74941 71225 83322 90951 81599 76389 76360 86549 78297 108772 117336 96813 1042554

TOTAL
151384 145601 165980 177202 150738 141339 145915 164910 175880 219294 208190 180714 2027147

OUT
554124 412878 575445 601389 609663 561531 640722 725499 677268 719500 663564 685267 7426850

IN
478557 485954 562734 618565 591538 571463 644227 873446 1107690 510762 832044 645207 7922187

TOTAL
1032681 898832 1138179 1219954 1201201 1132994 1284949 1598945 1784958 1230262 1495608 1330474 15349037

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TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


1600 1400

International Flight Movement 2008 vs 2009

Flight Movement

1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0


JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC

Flight Movement 2008 Flight Movement 2009

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


250000

International Passenger Movement 2008 vs 2009

Passengers

20000 150000 100000 50000 0


JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC

Passenger Movement 2008 Passenger Movement 2009


TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
2000000 180000 1600000 1400000 1200000 1000000 800000 600000 400000 200000 0
JAN FEB

International Cargo Movement 2008 vs 2009

Cargo in Kgs

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

2010

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TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES WISE MOVEMENT 2009

S.N. AIRLINES
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 ABY BAB BBC CCA CES CSN DRK ETD FDB GMG GFA HDA IAC JAI JLL KAL NAC PIA QTR SLK TFL THA OTHERS TOTAL

FLIGHT MOVEMENT PASSENGER MOV. DEP


493 162 371 185 40 120 322 208 10 142 620 195 1096 703 365 104 975 214 698 225 13 433 152 7846

CARGO (IN KGS)


15432 180 57222 28523 0 40186 6389 0 54090 409113 424545 0 4822 0 38181 48533 0 97266 180 33345 0 78367 54922 0 151356 111615 168837

MAIL (IN KGS) OUT TOTAL


0 0 693 0 0 648 1069 9 0 0 21193 55 5606 1556 10 1582 18 1034 0 6 103 0 1023 0 0 735 1605 5309 0 750 32604 3795 35496 36612 113 408 2114 3129 27542 6417 0 240992 2161 400908 103 0 330 0 0 87 536 0 750 3740 29890 35056 103 408 3111 6417 0 2155

ARR TOTAL
493 162 371 185 40 120 322 208 10 142 620 195 1096 703 365 104 975 214 698 225 13 433 161 7855 986 324 742 370 80 240 644 416 20 284 1240 390 2192 1406 730 208 1950 428 1396 450 26 866 313 15701

IN
58164 11966 36560 13012 2668 10735 10459 36061 605 24900 22207 99806 78287 50666 15979 28865 24324 1448 92780 6825

OUT TOTAL IN
73222 20911 34167 16608 2465 11124 11409 41920 1217 12177 25451 99964 89562 56605 17120 29296 28048 1212 93686 7174 131386 32877 70727 29620 5133 21859 21868 77981 1822 37077 238527 47658 199770 167849 107271 33099 237751 58161 251214 52372 2660 186466 13999

OUT TOTAL IN

RMKS

643265 821857 1465122 5300

116900 121627

865557 1352251 2217808 11411 124406 151921 276327 47612 7420 60204 2930 107816 10350 682847 211872 894719 342487 308973 651460 129802 250186 379988 180727 56657 0 0 237384 0

110053 127698 131323 119891

493329 1049848 1543177 532 605178 1382120 1987298 26508

2890257 1168276 4058533 135809 105183 211941 395562 607503

984593 1042554 2027147 7426850 7922187 15349037 262246 138662

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TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT International Airlineswise Flight Movement 2009


2400 2192 1950

2000

1600

No. of Movement

1406 1240 1200 986

1396

866 800 742 644 416 240 80 0


AB Y BA B BB C CC A CE S CS N DR K ET D FD B G M G G FA HD A IA C JA

730

400

324

370

390 284 208

428

450 313

20
I JL L KA L NA C PI A Q TR SL K

26
TF L TH A O TH ER S

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


300000

International Airlineswise passenger Movement 2009

251214 2500000 238527 237751

200000

199770 167849

Passengers

150000

131386

186466

107271 100000 70727 77981 58161 33099 13999 1822


CS N DR K ET D FD B G M G G FA HD A IA C JA I JL L KA L NA C PI A Q TR SL K

50000

47658 32877 29620 21859 21868 5133 37077

52372

2660
TF L TH A O TH ER S

0
AB Y BA B BB C CC A CE S

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4500000
4058533

4000000

3500000

Cargo in Kgs

3000000

2500000

2217808 1987298

2000000
1465122 1543177

1500000

1000000
424545 168837 180
AB Y BA B BB C

894719 651460 379988 33345


CC A

607503 237384

500000

0
CE S

78367 54922
CS N DR K ET D

151356 0
FD B G M G G FA

276327 107816
A C JA I

10350
JL L KA L NA C PI A Q TR SL K

0
TF L TH A O TH ER S

HD

IA

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT


300000

International Airlineswise Mail Movement 2009

2500000

240992

200000

Mail in Kgs

150000

100000

50000

32604 5309

35496 36612 3795

27542 408 2114 3129


KA L NA C PI A Q TR

103
AB Y

0
BA B

1023
BB C

0
CC A

0
CE S

735 1605
CS N DR K

0
FD B

750
G M G G FA

113
IA C JA I JL L

6417
SL K

0
TF L TH A O

2161
TH ER S

ET

HD

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TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT DATA 2009 (January-September)

MONTH
JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP Total

FLIGHT MOVEMENT DEP


618 578 658 640 645 604 620 651 648 5662

PASSENGER MOV. IN
76443 74376 82658 86251 69139 64950 69555 78361 97583 699316

CARGO MOV. (IN KGS) MAIL MOV. (IN KGS) IN


554124 412878 575445 601389 609663 640722 725499 677268

ARR TOTAL
619 577 658 640 646 605 622 650 650 5667 1237 1155 1316 1280 1291 1209 1242 1301 1298 11329

OUT TOTAL
74941 71225 83322 90951 81599 76389 76360 86549 78297 719633 151384 145601 165980 177202 150738 141339 145915 164910 175880

OUT TOTAL
478557 1032681 485954 898832 562734 1138179 618565 1219954 591538 1201201 644227 1284949 873446 1598945 1107690 1784958

IN
15826 19945 19627 14998 16589 18456 17978 17763

OUT
11351 10808 8176 9514 10460 14538 15320 8365 14016

TOTAL
27177 30753 27803 24512 27049 30341 33776 26343 31779 259533

RMKS

561531.2 571463 1132994.2 15803

1418949 5358519.2 5934174 11292693.2 156985 102548

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT DATA 2010 (January-September)

MONTH
JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP

FLIGHT MOVEMENT DEP


713 675 792 804 789 760 807 818 830

PASSENGER MOV. IN
88012 90294 97986 93508 75230 78296 82033 88496 104530 798385

CARGO MOV. (IN KGS) MAIL MOV. (IN KGS) IN


518571 517290 660766 607464 438745 522043 631871 832615

ARR TOTAL
713 678 792 801 790 761 808 818 829 6990 1426 1353 1584 1605 1579 1521 1615 1636 1659 13978

OUT TOTAL
100025 89774 107987 116970 103493 98567 97398 107708 95642 917564 188037 180068 205973 210478 178723 176863 179431 196204 200172

OUT TOTAL
525332 1043903 413632 930922 629529 1290295 580748 1188212 506098 944843 496334 1018377 511737 1143608 724181 1556796

IN
73537 25551 14240 66207

OUT
12605

TOTAL
86142 23333.2 32710.6 20871 30262.6 29092.8 27997

RMKS

17660.9 5672.3 25810.6 6900 6631

17047.2 42598.2

12338.5 78545.5

20983.9 9278.7 20900.2 7096.8

658324.1 572692 1231016.1 21675.4 7417.4

TOTAL 6988

1715949 5387689.1 4960283 10347972.1 286566 84986.9 371552.9

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1800 1600 1400

Flight Movement

1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0


JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP

9 Months Flight Movement 2009 9 Months Flight Movement 2010

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT International Passenger Movement 2009 vs 2010


250000

200000

Passenger

150000

100000

50000

0
JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP

9 Months Passenger Movement 2009 9 Months Passenger Movement 2010

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2000000 1800000 1600000 1400000

Cargo in Kgs

1200000 1000000 800000 600000 400000 200000 0

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

9 Months Cargo Movement 2009 9 Months Cargo Movement 2010

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT International Mail Movement 2009 vs 2010


100000 90000 80000 70000

Mail in Kgs

60000 50000 40000 30000 20000 10000 0

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

9 Months Mail Movement 2009 9 Months Mail Movement 2010

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Phased Development of TIA

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Table 1: Phased Development of TIA


Phase I Priority 1A (2010 2012) Phase I Priority 1B (2010 2015) Phase II (2015-2018) Phase III (2018-2023)

Runway extension by 300 m to the south including temporary displaced threshold markings, all earthworks, civil works for installation of runway centre line lights, pavement markings and runway edge and threshold lights, shoulders, perimeter road diversion etc. complete; Installation of new CAT I approach lights with the first three hundred metres of these lights being flushmounted type; Provision of flush-mounted abbreviated Simple Approach Light System (SALS) 300 meter long for Runway 20 after displacing that threshold consequent to runway extension to the south; Re l o c a t i o n o f P re c i s i o n Approach Path Indicators (PAPIs) for both Runway 02 and 20 including all civil works and calibration etc.; Construction of a temporary Domestic Terminal Building complete in all respects; Refurbishing the existing International Terminal Building including equipment for capacity enhancement to serve till the year 2015; Construction of aprons and taxiways including shoulders for the relocated Nepal Army, Nepal Airlines Corporation and domestic airline hangars on the east side; Construct new parallel taxiway (Ph. I) from Runway 20 threshold up to link taxiway no. 4 (old abandoned cross runway) including all ear t hwork, shoulders and visual aids i.e. markings, edge lights and signs;

Construction of a new International Terminal Building (ITB) 56,000 sq. m in area, on three levels with provision for six passenger loading bridges.

Extension of Parallel Taxiway from Taxiway no. 4 (old abandoned cross runway) to Taxiway no. 7 (current Taxiway No.5), including all earthwork, shoulders and visual aids;

Construction of a parallel taxiway from Taxiway No.7 to runway end 02 in the southern end.

New Access road and car park for the new ITB for 1000 cars in the first phase including street lights and car park lighting. Refurbish/convert existing ITB to Domestic Terminal building, demolish sterile areas, commission new DTB, and then demolish Temporar y DTB.

Expansion of International Apron Phase II by 610 m including earthwork, service road, visual aids i.e. aircraft stand markings, signs and illumination Construction of an Isolated Aircraft Parking

Construction of a domestic apron towards south of the existing international apron in CAA building site.

Construction of a remote domestic aircraft parking apron 560 m long, 120 m wide including all visual aids. Construction of multi storey (2 storeys) Car Park in front of existing Car Park of existing ITB for 800 cars. Construction of a road from Air Cargo building and NOC to existing ITB and a ramp to international and domestic apron. Expansion of existing international apron for future domestic apron in front of existing ITB.

Expansion of International Terminal Building 34,000 sq.m area on three levels.

Expand international car park as needed for additional 1000 cars including illumination Construction of perimeter road in eastern side of runway

Construction of aprons and taxiways including shoulders for the Helicopter parking on the east side.

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Construction of new International Apron Phase I (515 m long, 152.5 m wide) including earthwork, shoulders, visual docking guidance systems, visual aids, aircraft stand markings, signs and illumination; Installation of a sewage treatment and disposal system complete including an Incinerator. Installation of a water treatment and distribution system, complete Communication, Navigation and Surveillance equipment as listed in the Short-term Planning with f o l l ow i n g i m p rove m e n t s :
l

Relocation of CAA building to Sano Thimi area

CNS / ATM equipment as per the Long Term Planning Construction of pipe drain under the taxiway in the western side. Construction of drains both sides at a distance of 140 meters from runway centreline. Construction of concrete pipe crosses drain in the southern end.

Replacement of existing VCCS, VHF Communication and Meteorological equipment; New Emergency Operation Centre equipment including replacement of security equipments like CCTV s and FID s. Airport Management System (AIP, NOTAMs, Flight Data Base etc.

Drainage works in the eastern side of runway for Nepal Army hangars, helicopter parking and international / domestic hangars. Pipe culvert crossings in all taxiways of domestic apron in the eastern side.

Procurement and Installation of Localiser Equipment for Runway 02. Improvement of existing visual aids at TIA to support night operations including runway centre line lights, etc. Augmentation of existing power supply at TIA by procurement of an 850 KVA generator and a 150 KVA UPS for uninterrupted power supply for all airfield ground lights. Purchase of major foam tender for upgrading of RFFS from category 8 to category 9 and spare parts for existing foam tender. Relocation of Sub station No.1 and rerouting cables Construction of drainage in between the edge of international apron and parallel taxiway. Capacity Building Programme

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Airlines Operating in Nepal


Existing International Airlines Operating in Nepal (Based on International Winter Schedule effective from 30th October 2010 to 18th March 2011) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. Air Arabia Air China Bahrain Air Biman Bangladesh China Eas ter n Air lines (Suspended operation) China Southern Airlines Druk Air (Royal Bhutan Airlines) Dragon Airways Etihad Airways GMG Airlines Gulf Air National Aviation Company India Limited (Indian Airlines) Jet Airways Jetlite (India) Ltd. Korean Air Nepal Airlines Corporation Pakistan International Airlines Qatar Airways Silk Air Thai Airways TUI Airlines Netherlands B.V (Arke Fly) United Airways 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. Fly Dubai Kingfisher Airlines Oman Air Buddha Air (International) Spice Jet Limited

Existing Domestic Airlines Operating in Nepal Fixed Wing 1. Nepal Airlines Corporation 2. Buddha Air Pvt. Ltd 3. Yeti Airlines Pvt. Ltd. 4. Gorkha Airlines Pvt. Ltd ( Not in operation) 5. Sita Air Pvt. Ltd. 6. Agni Air Pvt. Ltd. 7. Guna Air Pvt.Ltd. 8. Tara Air Pvt. Ltd 9. Air Kasthamandap 10. Makalu Air (Not in operation) Rotor Wing 1. Air Dynasty Heli Services 2. Simrik Air 3. Fishtail Air 4. Shree Airlines 5. Manang Air (Not in Operation) 6. Mountain Helicopters

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Domestic Airport Profiles

Tenzing-Hillary Airport (Lukla)

Coordinates Elevation Runway Designation

274116 N and 0864353 E 9100 ft. AMSL 07/25

Surface Runway Dimension Service

Bitumen 1600x100ft Aerodrome Flight Information Service

Flight Movement
14000 12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 8616 7892 7377 8800 12219 10969 12300

Passenger Movement
100000 90000 80000 70000 60000 50000 40000 30000 20000 10000 0
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 70959 71422 61992 53943 80733 92172 88881

Cargo Movement (in kgs)


3000000 2500000 2000000
1672606 1771811 1271297 2445792 2739491 2592159

1500000 1000000 500000 0

1203000

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

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Biratnagar Airport

Date of First Service Aerodrome Reference Elevation Ref. Temperature Runway Configuration

July 6, 1958 262903NPoint 0871552E 236 ft. AMSL 40C 09/27 (East/West)

Surface Runway Dimension Apron Capacity Service RFF

Bitumen 1524 x 30 m. HS-748, DHC-6 Air Traffic Control Category V

Flight Movement
16000 14000 12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 9582 12059 11233 9859 11323 11731 15382

450000 400000 350000 300000 250000 200000 150000 100000 50000 0


2003 147485

Passenger Movement
408576

324338

251436 202631 176839 207657

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Cargo Movement (in kgs)


1200000 1000000 800000 600000
468619 743558

1192266

400000 200000 0
204079

389083 281622 276533

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

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Pokhara Airport

Coordinates Elevation Surface Runway Dimension

281200N and 0835854 E 2712 ft. AMSL 04/22 Bitumen 1433 x 30 m. Flight Movement

Terminal Capacity Apron Capacity Services RFF

120 Pax per hour AVRO Category -3 Twin Otter Category Air Traffic Control Category V 1

Runway Configuration -

Passenger Movement
350000
21513

25000 20000 15000 10000 5000 0


19887 19708

300000 250000
211671 214645 209155 211751 225532

301475

13795

14287 12710

13155

200000 150000 100000 50000 0

198265

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Cargo Movement (in kgs)


500000 450000 400000 350000 300000 250000 200000 150000 100000 50000 0
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 227645 170506 255323 465252 430580 365871 378443

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Gautam Buddha Airport

Date of First Service Aerodrome Reference Point Elevation Land Assets

July 4, 1958 273026N and 08832505E 358 ft. AMSL 84 Bigahas and 3 Katthas

Runway Designation Runway Dimension Surface Services RFF

10/28 5000 x 100 ft. Bitumen Air Traffic Control Category V

Flight Movement
6000
5247 5202

Passenger Movement
140000 120000

5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0

128258

4740 4042 3962

3755

3761

100000 80000 60000 40000 20000


78859 71191 66499 52495 60882

87727

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Cargo Movement (in kgs)


80000 70000 60000 50000 40000 30000 20000 10000 0
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 53191 44905 55135 51809 74957 76183 73114

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Nepalgunj Airport

Date of First Service Aerodrome Reference Point Elevation Ref. Temperature Runway Designation Surface

March 15, 1961 280606N and 0813959E 540 ft. AMSL 42C 08/26 (East/West) Bitumen

Runway Dimension Apron Capacity Services RFF

1524 x 30 m. 2 HS-748, 2 DHC-6 Air Traffic Control service Flight Information Service Category V

Flight Movement
14000 12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 13597

160000 140000 120000


102744

Passenger Movement
132354 113480 102722 140045

12609 11698

13032

106654

10088

9568

100000 80000

78284

6772

60000 40000 20000 0


2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Cargo Movement (in kgs)


3500000 3000000 2500000 2000000 1500000 1000000 500000 0
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 1433531 2307469 2366761 1849399 1380912 3415495

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Bharatpur Airport

Date of First Service Coordinates Elevation Ref. Temperature

March 5, 1961 274041N-0842546E 600ft. AMSL 35C

Runway Designation Runway Dimension Surface Service

15/33 North-West/South-East 1158 x 30 meter. Bitumen Air Traffic Control Service

Flight Movement
4500 4000 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 1776 3489 3080 3098 2896 2908 4064

Passenger Movement
45000 40000 35000 30000 25000 20000 15000 10000 5000 0
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 20208 26179 21645 15586 25189 39060 42901

Cargo Movement (in kgs)


9000 8000 7000 6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0
2005 2006 2007 2008 1867 0 5232 4305 8849

2009

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Simara Airport

Date of First Service Coordinates Elevation Ref. Temperature

July 4, 1958 270945N-0845854E 450ft. AMSL 37C

Runway Designation Runway Dimension Surface Service

01 / 19 N o r t h / S o u t h 4000 x 150 ft. Bitumen Air Traffic Control Service

Flight Movement
7000
6335

Passenger Movement
120000
110109

6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0


2003 4954

5610 5108 4296 3671 4068

100000 80000 60000 40000 20000


73631

89413 82933 66136 59638

60859

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Cargo Movement (in kgs)


180000 160000 140000 120000 100000 80000 60000 40000 20000 0
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 60800 41940 49981 26544 33065 0 2009 161580

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Janakpur Airport

Date of First Service Coordinates Elevation Ref. Temperature

October, 1979 272338N-0855528E 256ft. AMSL 35C

Runway Designation Runway Dimension Surface Service

09/27 East/West 1006 x 30 Meter Asphalt Air Traffic Control Service

Flight Movement
4000 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 952 2351 2935 3607 3226 2958 3320

Passenger Movement
60000
53497 55899 50909 46363 36847

50000 40000 30000 20000 10000 0


2003

49381

14819

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Cargo Movement (in kgs)


60000 50000 40000
32079 33543 39687 58084 58257

30000 20000 10000 0


10430 8348

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

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Chandragadi Airport

Date of First Service Coordinates Elevation Runway Designation

N ove m b e r, 19 6 3 263413N-0880433E 300 ft. AMSL 10/28

Runway Dimension Surface Service Information Service

5000 x 150 ft. Asphalt Aerodrome Flight

Flight Movement
5000 4500 4000 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2602 3678 3059 3194 2995 4196 4770

Passenger Movement
140000 120000 100000 80000 60000 40000 20000 0
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 62304 51869 54292 57767 80182 60400 135466

Cargo Movement (in kgs)


300000 250000 200000 150000 100000
64674.5 275679

50000 0

39772 18861 2005 2006

50398

2007

2008

2009

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Dhangadhi Airport

Date of First Service Coordinates Elevation Runway Designation

December 26, 1964 284512N 0803455E 617 ft. AMSL 09/27

Runway Dimension Surface Service

1670 x 30 m. Asphalt Aerodrome Flight

Flight Movement
1800 1600 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 1176 1047 1638 1480 1711

16000 14000 12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0


2005 8451

Passenger Movement
14087 13298

10123 8608

2006

2007

2008

2009

Cargo Movement (in kgs)


35000 30000 25000 20000 15000 10000 5000 0
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 9776 5886 5886 12191 32728

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Jomsom Airport

Date of First Service Coordinates Elevation Runway Designation

March, 1976 284652N-0834321E 8976 ft. AMSL 06/24

Runway Dimension Surface Service

2000 x 100 ft. Asphalt Aerodrome Flight Information

Flight Movement
4500 4000 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0
2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 3265 3318 3002 2701 3456 4374

Passenger Movement
70000 60000 50000 40000 30000 20000 10000 0
2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 37953 39826 31976 33749 42277 60699

Cargo Movement (in kgs)


300000 250000 200000 150000 100000 50000 0
2004 2005 2006 2007
41926 24496 138198 288561

227158 185886

2008

2009

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Jumla Airport

Date of First Service Coordinates Elevation Runway Designation

October 1, 1972 284652N 0834321E 8976 ft. AMSL 06/24

Runway Dimension Surface Service

2000 x 100 m. Asphalt Aerodrome Flight Information

Flight Movement
6000 5000
4224 5120 5616 5524

45000 40000 35000

Passenger Movement
40268

31871 28744 24014 25033 24156

4000 3000 2000 1000 0


2004 2005 2006

4188 3640

30000 25000 20000 15000 10000 5000 0

2007

2008

2009

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Cargo Movement (in kgs)


3000000 2500000 2000000 1500000 1000000 500000 0
2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
2818295 2687522 2389389 1966818 2631817

1541287

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Surkhet Airport

Date of First Service Coordinates Elevation Runway Designation

October, 1966 283509N-0813807E 2254 ft. AMSL 02/20

Runway Dimension Surface Service

1040 x 30 m. Asphalt Aerodrome Flight Information

Flight Movement
14000 12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0
2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 6044 4988 8500 8642 12049

30000 25000 20000


25576

Passenger Movement

21582

22278

16940

8054

15000 10000 5000 0


2004

13671

14634

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Cargo Movement (in kgs)


12000000 10000000 8000000 6000000 4000000 2000000 0
2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
6075750 6638196 7157670 13341692

6806044

3987270

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Simikot Airport

Date of First Service Coordinates Elevation Runway Designation

Marc h 18, 197 7 295816N 0814908E 9747 ft. AMSL 10/28

Runway Dimension Surface Service

1800 x 60 ft. Bitumen Aerodrome Flight Information

Flight Movement
4000 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0
2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2221 1984 2232 2782 2376 3788

Passenger Movement
14000 12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0
2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 8532 7461 8723 11365 13533 13055

Cargo Movement (in kgs)


1200000
1083896.3

1000000 800000 600000 400000 200000 0


441605.7

973335.38 788235.24

730664.12

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Finance
CAAN is a self-governing government body which maintains its accounts under accrual basis. The main income sources of CAAN are the service charges and royalty that it gets from airport and air navigation operations. Among them, aeronautical charges add up 80% and rest non-aeronautical charges count 20%. The CAAN act, 2053 has privileged it to collect the different types of revenues. CAAN is VAT registered organization. CAAN regularly deposits the VAT it collects from its financial transactions. Similarly, CAAN pays the income tax out of its operating profit in stipulated time period. It is to be noted here, CAAN is placed within top ten big tax payer of the country. Despite continual loss for five consecutive years from fiscal year2055/56 to 2059/60, CAAN has been successful in generating operating profit since Fiscal year 2060/61. However, the profit generated by CAAN is not sufficient for expansion and development of Civil Aviation Infrastructure.

Net Profit Rev. DE GOP I. Exp.

NPBED Interest

Cash profit

Depr.

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NPBED Interest

Cash profit

Depr.

Net Profit Rev. DE GOP I. Exp.

NPBED Interest

Cash profit

Depr.

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Net Profit Rev. DE GOP I. Exp.

NPBED Interest

Cash profit

Depr.

Net Profit Rev. DE GOP I. Exp.

NPBED Interest

Cash profit

Depr.

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I. Exp. NPBED Interest

Cash profit

Depr.

Net Profit

Rev.

DE

GOP I. Exp. NPBED

2010

Interest Cash Depr. Net Profit profit

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Rev.

DE

GOP

I. Exp. NPBED Interest

Cash profit

Depr.

Net Profit

Financial Performance in F/Y 2063/064

Rev.

DE

GOP

I. Exp. NPBED Interest Cash Depr. profit

Net Profit

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Financial Performance in F/Y 2064/065

Rev.

DE

GOP

I. Exp. NPBED

Interest I. Tax Cash Depr. Net Profit profit

Financial Performance in F/Y 2065/066

Rev.

DE

2010

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I. Exp. NPBED

Interest I. Tax Cash Depr. Net Profit profit

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055/56

056/57 058/59 059/60 060/61 061/62

062/63

063/64

064/65

065/66

055/56

056/57 058/59 059/60 060/61 061/62

062/63

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060/61 061/62 062/63 063/64 064/65 065/66

055/56

056/57 057/58 058/59 059/60 060/61 061/62 062/63 063/64 064/65

065/66

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1275

056/57

058/59

060/61

061/62

062/63

063/64

064/65

065/66

056/57 058/59

060/61

061/62

062/63

063/64

2010

064/65

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060/61

061/62

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065/66

Loan Repayment Trend

50 45 40 35

GoN Loan ADB 698 ADB 1451 ADB 1512 Total


43.3

Rs. in Crore

30
26.6 26.6 26.6 26.6 26.48

25 20 15 10
5.57 19.95 19.95 17.56 13.3 13.3 13.3 12.44 13.3 13.3 20.04

5
1.17

4.63

6.28

2.27

0
056/57 058/59 060/61 061/62 062/63 063/64 064/65

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060/61

061/62

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064/65

065/66

CAAN Board has approved the budget for fiscal year 2067/68. It invests in air transport infrastructure either from its own resources or from government loan or share at present under budgetary provision for each fiscal year. For current fiscal year 2067/068, it is estimated that Rs 3,29,00,50,000 will be invested under capital expenditure and Rs 1,74,84,63,000 under operating expenditure headings. The estimated expenditure which is Rs 5,04,22,13,000 is more than the last fiscal year. In addition, CAAN has made provision of 76,37,06,000 and Rs 17,95,04,000 for principal and interest payment and income tax respectively. Further, provision of Rs 12,14,00,000 has been made for the retirement fund, contribution to employee

union, professional organization and contingency fund. All together, CAAN has estimated Rs 6,10,68,23,000 as total expenditure for the current fiscal year. To cover up the above expenditure, CAAN is raising Rs 4,42,42,53,000 from various aeronautical and nonaeronautical charges, Rs 52,94,96,000 from Nepal Government as loan and or equity share and rest to be borne from the opening bank balance which was Rs 1,86,99,45,000 in the beginning of the current fiscal year. On the whole, the budget committee has estimated that there will be still a surplus of Rs 71,68,71,000 at the end of the current fiscal year. The detail of the budget is as follows:

Income
Revenue Loan/Share/Grant : :

Budget F/Y 067/68 (2009/2010)

Expenditure
: : : 3293750000.00 1748463000.00 20000000.00 5062213000.00 763706000.00

3001382000.00 1422871000.00 4424253000.00 529496000.00 1869945000.00 2399441000.00

Capital Investment Operating Coat Provision for Contingency

Receivable from Nepal Govt. Bank balance (067 Shrawan)

: :

Principal/ Interest Payment : Contribution to Employment Fund, Employee Union and Professional Organization : Provision for income tax : Total :

Total Net Surplus

: :

6823694000.00 716871000.00

101400000.00 179504000.00 1044610000.00 6106823000.00

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Income
Year 055/56

056/57 58,527,018.65

057/58

058/59

059/60

060/61

Non Aeronautical 34,568,223.96 Aeronautical Total


Year

84,833,587.51

51,880,273.97

134,185,375.95

197,896,963.61

382,159,977.79 850,004,030.75 1,080,258,056.50 1,103,813,241.10 1,030,101,885.73 1,010,624,299.78 416,728,201.75 908,531,049.40 1,165,091,644.01 1,155,693,515.07 1,164,287,261.68 1,208,521,263.39
061/62 062/63 063/64 064/65 065/66 066/67

Non Aeronautical 277,972,541.43 Aeronautical Total

307,983,117.42

134,302,022.00

440,335,803.21

476,453,778.40

321,759,565.60

1,096,661,151.60 1,268,990,365.07 1,431,160,220.28 1,374,633,693.03 1,576,973,482.49 1,565,462,242.28

1,490,710,756.05 1,724,651,966.62 2,056,470,321.71 1,931,046,559.26 2,201,105,745.02 2,378,229,887.31

CAAN Income Source (in 000')

Rupees

Expenditure
Year 055/56 056/57 057/58 058/59 059/60 060/61

Operating cost Capital Cost Total


Year

90,342,443.00 318,959,345.76 409,301,788.76


061/62

293,443,554.36 651,040,286.11 944,483,840.47


062/63

276,820,198.86 1,138,340,881.07 1,415,161,079.93


063/64

358,356,906.19 577,670,327.57 936,027,233.76


064/65

390,791,299.47 170,621,532.88 561,412,832.35


065/66

404,711,239.81 200,241,947.35 604,953,187.16


066/67

Operating cost Capital Cost Total

421,593,733.71 178,314,543.13 599,908,276.84

490,195,884.03 259,539,105.36 749,734,989.39

507,653,157.72 219,188,177.05 726,841,334.77

556,544,094.11 622,338,084.47 332,364,141.46 748,530,339.20 888,908,235.57 1,370,868,423.67

874,592,686.54 965,861,985.60 1,840,454,672.14

Expenditrue in 000'

Rupees

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