The Tribhuvan Airport, the only international airport in Nepal, is facing severe power shortage, according to a media report. A notice issued by the airport's management said all stakeholders have been asked to ensure power was utilised in an optimum manner during the winter season, reported The Himalayan Times.
"It is to notify all offices, government bodies and shops at the airport to reduce daily power consumption. (The) TIA (Tribhuvan International Airport) management also requests stakeholders not to use heaters and air-conditioners unnecessarily. Flight operational equipment at the airport are being affected due to power shortage at the airport. TIA urges all to cooperate to save power at the airport," the notice reads.
According to the notification, electricity usage for "trivial purposes" was adversely affecting the airport's communication, navigation and surveillance systems, the report said. Click here to follow the rest of the story -->