The helicopter carrying Prime Minister Ser Bahadur Deuba ran out of fuel in the sky.

Prime Minister Ser Bahadur Deuba was on his way to the Far West for a program when his helicopter landed at Gautam Buddha International Airport after running out of fuel. Deuba had boarded a Nepal Army helicopter from Kathmandu to attend the convocation of the Far Western University. More than 20 minutes after Deuba arrived at the airport, he met with leaders and activists. Rupandehi police chief Rabindra Regmi said a helicopter had landed to refuel.

Deuba was accompanied by Education Minister Debendra Poudel, who was met at the airport by district-level Congress leaders. Even though no helicopter is fully refueled and does not fly, this time the road is over. Jajira’s J9548 flight from Kubet to Kathmandu was scheduled to land at Tribhuvan International Airport. Has given information. This is the first case of an aircraft being diverted to Nepal and landing in Nepal.

After 75 years, the second largest airport in Nepal has come into operation. The airport, which covers an area of ​​810 bighas, will fly to different countries. International flights have been operated for the first time from Gautam Buddha International Airport, the second largest airport in Nepal.

For the first time, a White Body aircraft conducted flight tests at Gautam Buddha Airport, the country’s second-largest airport, after a successful landing on Thursday. After 74 years of operation of Tribhuvan International Airport, another cool airport has come into operation. The plane carrying Nepal flag landed at 5:55 pm. The plane carrying communications personnel and tourism professionals landed at 55 minutes from Kathmandu. Using the old runway as taxi parking, the new runway has been brought into operation. Jazeera has agreed to fly the next jet three days a week from Kuwait, while other companies are also showing interest.

Gautam Buddha Airport, the second largest airport in Nepal after Tribhuvan Airport, is being tested in the last phase. Aerodical Radio of Thailand, a special aircraft of Aerothai, which has been awarded the contract for equipment connection and testing, has started the test. After the test, Ever Bus A13 of Nepal Air will start the first test. It is said that full preparations are being made for international service, from here flights of Qatar, Dubai, Sri Lanka and Myanmar Airways will be flown. It is understood that propaganda has also been made for the flight with Thailand, Australia and India.

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