Pokhara Airport resumes from today

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Kathmandu, May 2: The Pokhara Regional International Airport which was temporarily closed for the past few days due to a low visibility issue has resumed its services from today morning.

According to Buddha Air’s information office Dipendra Kumar Karna, the airport was reopened after the status of its visibility improved.

In the past four days, flight operations were completely halted for two days while flights were operated partially in the remaining two days.

Incidents of forest fires near the airport and the presence of haze contributed to the low visibility in the area.

However, with improved weather conditions this morning, air services have been restored. Passengers who had flight tickets during this period opted to travel by road.