Nepal received a 70.1 percent successful implementation grade from the International Civil Aviation Organization, placing it above the worldwide average of 67.2 percent.
According to Pradeep Adhikari, director general of the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal, the country’s civil aviation authority, Nepal received an effective implementation score of 70.1 percent in its most recent safety assessment, placing the country above the global average of 67.2 percent.
He even stated “ICAO has given high safety ratings for the country. We are above the global average. Our skies are safe. Our aviation infrastructure is good and on par with the international standards.”
Jan 11, 2019
Nepal’s tourism sector witnessed phenomenal growth in international tourist arrivals in 2018 as the Himalayan country received over 1.1 million tourists, Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) said on Tuesday.
Aug 28, 2018
Many nations around the world are having great difficulty in conserving their natural resources and in protecting endangered species that are within the country. Deforestation and poaching are devastating wildlife around the world.
May 16, 2022
Gautam International Airport, Nepal's second international airport finally begins its operation in Bhairahawa, Lumbini.
Mar 5, 2020
As a sustainable tour operator, Royal Mountain Travel (RMT) recognizes that it has a responsibility to promote the sustainability of the destinations in its itineraries.
Jul 4, 2019
Royal Mountain Travel and Community Homestay Network have always worked to empower the locals from different communities and with the same motto of supporting the local communities, Royal Mountain Travel started the Community Hike in 2016 which is now benefiting a lot of locals in different ways.