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Tribhuvan International Airport Takes Step Towards Improvement!

In a recent report, Sudan Kirati (Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation), revealed that Nepal’s Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) has seen gradual improvement in it’s services. This announcement was made during the minister’s third inspection of the airport since taking office.

During the inspection, the Minister expressed his satisfaction with the steady improvement of the airport, but he also noted that there is still work to be done to complete the airport’s improvement.

In a statement issued by the TIA spokesperson, Teknath Sitaula, Minister Kirati has asked the officials of the airport to provide quality passenger service while maintaining cleanliness as well. The Minister believes that the improvements made so far would satisfy service users and thanked the airport team for the progress they have made. He has also requested the airport officials to complete the remaining work as soon as possible.

The TIA is a crucial airport for Nepal’s tourism industry, and it plays a significant role in the country’s overall development. Tourists often feel welcomed and valued when they experience good services at airports. In turn, this can lead to a sense of comfort and safety, which can improve a destination’s reputation and encourage return business and strong word-of-mouth marketing.

The Minister’s announcement is expected to boost confidence in the airport’s services and enhance the experience of passengers using the airport. The improvements in services are also expected to contribute positively to the tourism industry in Nepal.

Overall, the gradual improvement of services at the TIA is a positive development for Nepal’s tourism industry, and it is a step in the right direction towards ensuring that the airport provides the best possible services to its users.



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