Kathmandu

Kathmandu

Airport Details:

  • Airport: Tribhuvan International Airport
  • City: Kathmandu
  • IATA Code: KTM

Airport Office Address:

  • Drukair Corporation Ltd.
  • Room No. 009,
  • Tribhuvan International Airport,
  • Kathmandu, Nepal.
  • Tel: +977 14113112/14462616
  • E-Mail:drukairktmstn@drukair.com.bt

Office Timing:

  • City office
  • March - November:
  • Open 09.30hrs-17.50hrs (Mondays -Fridays, Sundays)
  • December - February:
  • Open 10.00hrs-05.00hrs (Mondays -Fridays, Sundays)
  • Saturday’s timing throughout the year: 10.00hrs-01.00hrs
  • Airport office
  • Operational till 4 PM everyday.

About Kathmandu

Kathmandu is the capital of Nepal and the largest metropolitan city, the other two sister cities are Patan or Lalitpur and Bhaktapur. The short form of Kathmandu is KTM, in terms of area Kathmandu valley is only slightly smaller than Singapore.

Counter Timing:

There are two check-in points, A and B. All outbound flights to Paro are checked-in from block A and Delhi bound flights are checked-in on block B on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Our check-in counters are not permanently designated to us therefore we advise you to check beforehand on the display boards that sure located outside the terminal. Check-in time is 3 hours before flight departure and counter closes one hour before departure time.

Special Service Information

Special service request should be made at the time of booking the ticket so that we can make the necessary arrangements.

Baggage Information:

Check-in baggage allowance/ Excess baggage / Up- gradation rates:

Stations Business 'J/C' Economy 'Y/S/Q' Excess baggage rates in INR Upgradation rates in USD
Kathmandu - Delhi 40 kgs 30 kgs NPR 160 per kilo USD 80
Kathmandu - Paro 40 kgs 30 kgs NPR 150 per kilo USD 90

Travel Tips:

Travellers are advised to carry passports at all times with minimum 6 months validity. Indian Nationals travelling from Kathmandu to Delhi and vice versa can also travel with their original voters ID. Indian passengers travelling from Kathmandu to Paro and vice versa can only travel with a valid Passport, voters ID is not acceptable. Passengers with connecting flights or onward journey must have minimum 3 hours transit time. Information on transit flight must be passed onto the staff at the embarking station so that the information is passed onto us. Arrangements can be made provided we are pre-informed.

Though all major currencies are acceptable, carrying a minimum of USD 100 as a visa fee would be the safest bet.