Kathmandu, Nepal: In a significant development for Nepal’s aviation industry, the Minister for Culture, Tourism, and Civil Aviation, Sudan Kirati, announced during a meeting convened by the International Relations and Tourism Committee (IRTC) of the House of Representatives that Nepal is on the verge of being removed from the European Union’s security list.
Minister Kirati expressed his optimism about Nepal’s imminent delisting from the European Union’s blacklist for unsafe air security systems. This decision follows a recent on-site audit conducted by the EU’s technical team, which took place from September 11 to 15. The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) has also confirmed the completion of this audit.
This positive development signifies a significant stride in enhancing Nepal’s aviation safety standards and its standing on the global stage. The removal from the EU’s security list is expected to bolster tourism and trade ties between Nepal and European nations, further promoting Nepal as an attractive destination for international travelers.
Nepal’s commitment to improving its air safety measures and infrastructure is poised to open up new avenues for collaboration and growth in the aviation sector, ultimately benefiting the country’s economy and tourism industry. As Nepal’s air safety systems align with international standards, travelers can look forward to safer and more convenient journeys to this beautiful Himalayan nation.
Stay tuned for further updates as Nepal’s aviation sector continues to progress and strive for excellence in ensuring the safety and comfort of all passengers.