N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU:- Flights and landings at Tribhuvan International Airport have been affected due to reduced visibility due to changes in weather. International and domestic flights and landings have not been possible since this morning.
Spokesperson of the Tribhuvan International Airport Office Prem Nath Thakur said that seven ships have been held and one ship has been diverted to Lucknow, India. Spokesperson Thakur informed that the flight of Fly Dubai was diverted to Lucknow due to low visibility.
According to spokesperson Thakur, visibility is required for 800 meters for domestic flights and 1600 meters for arrival. But now the visibility at the Tribhuvan International Airport is only 500 to 600 meters, which has affected the landing, said spokesperson Thakur. Passengers are stranded at Tribhuvan International Airport due to the non-availability of flights.
The cyclone in the Bay of Bengal is now having an indirect effect on Nepal. Also, the influence of western wind is in Nepal. According to the Department of Water and Meteorology, the country has been affected by cloud cover and rain in some places and snowfall in high mountainous areas.
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