Nepal Airfields

April 30, 2015

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_airports_in_Nepal

There is only one International Airfield ( 6 km from Kathmandu  eastward)  and its runaway is about 3 km. It seems to function, and  departures and boardings seems to happen every 5 minutes: big planes,  normal  civilian air traffic. if the  internet  info is  Live.

There must be  some oother  runaways soomewhere in the country to bu used by   relief  forces. Hope  soomebopdy  checks all the fiedls.   It is fantastic  fine thing that  Kathmandu Airport is functioning and  the only   runaway is undamaged.

Janakpur has asfalt surface: 1, 006  km runaway

Tumlingtar airpoort

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tumlingtar_Airport

Syangboche  airfield:  Runaway 400 m, unpaved,  for helicopter,  mostly

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surkhet_Airport

Surkhet airfioeld,, 1200 m runaway,  asphalt

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simikot_Airport

Simikot airfield, 549 m runaway, black topped

Simara Airport (Nepali: सिमरा विमानस्थल) (IATA: SIFICAO: VNSI) is an airport serving Pipara Simara in Nepal. It is also the clostest airport to Birganj, Nepal’s sixth biggest City. The airport was established July 4, 1958 and is operated by the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal.[1]

The airport is capable to handle aircraft from the Nepalese Army Air Service.  1192 m runaway

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