Kathmandu Airport Iata Code is KTM. It is a 3 letter alphabet. Airport official name is Tribhuvan International Airport. Owner is Government of Nepal.

Kathmandu Airport Iata Code – KTM

KTM is the 3 letters alphabetical code assign for the airport. Tribhuvan International Airport is an international airport located in Palam, Delhi, India. The short name is TIA. The airport is 5 kilometers (3.1 mi) from the city center. The airport another popular name is Kathmandu Airport.

History

 The airport was originally named Gauchaur Airport, after the area of Kathmandu where it was situated. The formal beginning of aviation in Nepal occurred in 1949, with the landing of a Beechcraft Bonanza carrying the Indian ambassador. The first charter flight took place between Gaucher and Calcutta, in a Himalayan Aviation Dakota on 20 February 1950. (Source: Wikipedia )

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General Information

Airport Common Name Kathmandu Airport
Official Name Tribhuvan International Airport
IATA CODE KTM
ICAO CODE VNKT
Category International
Location Kathmandu valley
Latitude 27.6981° N
Longitude 85.3592° E
Owner Government of Nepal
Establish 1949

Main Hub

Airlines use this airport as the main hub. These are:

  • Nepal Airlines
  • Himalaya Airlines
  • Buddha Air
  • Shree Airlines
  • Saurya Airlines
  • Simrik Airlines
  • Sita Air
  • Tara Air
  • Yeti Airlines

Address

Airport Distance is 5 kilometers (3.1 mi) from City center.

Contact address Tribhuvan International Airport
Ring Rd, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal
Location Kathmandu Valley
City Kathmandu
Country Nepal
Phone Number +9771-4113033
FAX
Official Website www.tiairport.com.np
Services/Facilities
  • Multi-storied car park
  • Open car parking
Location of Airport in Google Map

Hotels

The nearest hotel name is OYO 152 Airport hotel.

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