Construction of Arghabhagwati Airport gains speed


12th Dec, 2017 | Tourism Mail Crew


ARGHAKHANCHI, Dec 12: The Arghabhagwati Airport of the rural Nepal has gained its speed over the construction. The CAAN and the engineering company Arodrom Engineering Department has sealed agreement to cut off the trees for the airport.

The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal and Arodrom signed the agreement with Bhusal Construction and Suppliers Pvt. Ltd to cut off the tress for the construction of the airport.

The airport which is renamed from the esteemed temple of Bhagwati had seen the laying of foundation stone last year by the then Deputy PM as well as Energy Minister Top Bahadur Raymajhi.

It is estimated that it will cost 800 million rupees for the construction of the airport within 4 years.