Pokhara keep paragliding even after new air terminal's activity

Kathmandu - The travel industry business administrators in Pokhara, Nepal's travel industry capital, have requested that specialists guarantee the congruity of paragliding administrations even after the new air terminal's activity.

With the insight about the new worldwide air terminal coming into activity from January 1 one year from now, the organizations dread the new office would close paragliding, one of the most well known side interests for sightseers visiting the city, as the ongoing areas of paraglider flights are inside the airspace of the new air terminal.

Binesh Munakarmi, the head of the new air terminal undertaking, says all flight exercises ought to stop in the Sarankot region when the new air terminal comes into activity. "We can't ensure each plane grounds at the air terminal right away," he expresses, "Some of them might have to float overhead. Sarankot is our desired region to use for that reason."

However, the travel industry business people say the public authority needs to find an option before January so paragliding can go on inside the city.

"We would rather not shift it anyplace. We really want to investigate how it can go along with the air terminal," Sunil Bahadur Bhattarai, the leader of the Nepal Airsports Association (NAA), says.

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