Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM) is located in Kathmandu, Nepal. It can be found close by the city s center in Kathmandu Valley and it s the only international airport in Nepal.
KTM has provided flight services to the area since 1949 and it s the airline hub for Buddha Air, Nepal Airlines, Simrik Airlines, Saurya Airlines, Sita Air, Tara Air, and Yeti Airlines.
Facts and Statistics for Tribhuvan International
There are two terminals at KTM; one is used for domestic flights while the other is used for international.
Around 30 international airlines currently use this facility to fly from Nepal to worldwide destinations in the Middle East and Asia.
The average annual amount of passengers in and out of this airport is a little over 3,400,000 with an average of 91,000 aircraft movements occurring each year.
Facilities for Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM)
There are several VIP lounges available as well as the Radisson Hotel Kathmandu which has an executive lounge on site for first and business-class passengers to use as well as any Star Alliance Gold Card holders.
Those in need of ground transportation once they fly KTM can access buses of Sajha Yatayat which make stops in front of the international terminal Local buses can be accessed outside the airport gate and there are also pre-paid taxi services available.