Seven-member sub-committee formed to sort out civil aviation issues

Aircraft of Yeti Airlines parked at Pokhara airport. Photo: Vishwanews

Kathmandu: The International Relations Committee under the House of Representatives has formed a seven-member sub-committee to study the problems and solutions in the field of civil aviation.

A meeting of the committee held on Sunday formed a seven-member sub-committee under the coordination of Divyamani Rajbhandari.

The sub-committee named Civil Aviation Problems and Solutions has been given six months to submit a report after conducting a detailed study on the problems in the civil aviation sector and how to solve those problems.

The sub-committee will be added later as per the interest and desire of the parliamentarians.