Jumla, Mid-western Nepal airport to be closed for 20 days
JUMLA: All the operations of Jumla Airport will be shut for a period of 20 days. Flights services off and to the Jumla Airport will be halted from April 18 for the maintenance and upgrading the runway.
According to Airport Chief Kailash Sharma, the decision to close the airport was taken to intensify the upgrading of airport and other facilities.
Sharma further argued that though it was an unpleasant decision to the passengers, they were compelled to pause the service only in order to complete upgrading and maintenance tasks required for the smooth operations.
Published Date: Monday, April 15th, 2019 | 09:25 PM
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