President Urges Swift Action on Bhairahawa and Pokhara Airports for Tourism Boost


Kathmandu, Nepal: In a recent address at a hospitality day program organized by the Hotel Association of Nepal (HAN), President Ramchandra Paudel expressed his dissatisfaction with the delayed full operation of Bhairahawa and Pokhara International Airports. The president highlighted the untapped potential these airports hold in driving foreign tourism to Nepal.

President Paudel underscored that a fully operational Bhairahawa and Pokhara airport would facilitate the entry of more foreign tourists, contributing significantly to the country's enrichment. He conveyed his optimism about the airports becoming fully operational in the near future.

Speaking to an audience that included hoteliers, President Paudel emphasized the pivotal role of the hotel sector in Nepal's economy. He urged hoteliers to prioritize the prosperity of the nation through their contributions to the tourism sector.

"Nepal's uniqueness, natural beauty, culture, and civilization should be promoted in the world tourism market," said President Paudel, stressing the need for concerted efforts to establish the tourism sector as a foundation for income generation and national prosperity.

The president's remarks reflect the government's commitment to leveraging the tourism potential of Bhairahawa and Pokhara International Airports, recognizing them as crucial gateways to showcase Nepal's cultural and natural treasures to the global audience. The anticipation is that once fully operational, these airports will play a pivotal role in driving economic growth through increased tourism.

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