Tribhuvan International Airport, Nepal's most important airport, is located in Kathmandu. There are other minor airports in the country such as the Baglung Airport in Baglung, Bajhang Airport in Bajhang, Bhadrapur Airport in Chandragadhi, Gautam Buddha in Bhairahawa, and Bharatpur Airport in Bharatpur.

Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), 5.56 km east of Kathmandu City, is the only international airport in the country. Situated at the heart of Kathmandu Valley, TIA is on the border of three old cities: Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Patan. TIA has two terminals: domestic and international, handling both domestic and international airlines. TIA has contributed greatly to the three cities' progress. The airport has a number of facilities: lounge, foreign exchange, cafes, and a number of stores. Radisson Hotel and Thai Airways run a lounge for business class passengers.

Today TIA receives about 22 international airlines coming in from Asia and the Middle East. Some of these airlines are: Air Arabia, Air China, Arkefly, Indian Airlines, Korean Air, and Gulf Air.

Nepal, located in South Asia, is bounded by India to the south, east and west and China to the north. The land area is 147,181 square km and has a population of nearly 30 million people. The country is home to eight of the ten highest mountains in the world.

The country is shaped like a trapezoid is divided into many regions. The hill region has two low mountain ranges. The mountain region has the Great Himalayan Range, where Mount Everest is located.