Getting to Nepal
Tribhuvan International Airport is the only international airport in Nepal. The major airlines that operate flight to Kathmandu are Indian Airlines, Thai International, Bangladesh Biman, China Southwest Airlines, Druk Air, Qatar Airways, PIA- Pakistan Airlines, Gulf Air, Sahara Ailrlines, Jet Air, and Silk air. The national carrier – Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC), operates flights to Europe and Japan as well as other regional destinations.
From South -East Asia
You can fly to Kathmandu via Bangkok, Hong Kong , and Singapore. There are daily flights to Kathmandu from Bangkok.
You can fly to Kathmandu from Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta, Banglore and Varanasi.
From Lhasa ( China)
You can fly to Kathmandu every three days a week (Saturday, Tuesday and Thursday) by China Airlines.
You can fly to Kathmandu from Paro by Druk Air, or take a flight from Dhaka, Bangladesh.
From Europe and Middle East
Qatar Airways and Gulf Air operate daily flights to Kathmandu from Doha and Dubai. Pakistan International, Bangladesh Biman and Aeroflot have one-airline service from Europe to Kathmandu.
From North America
You can fly to Nepal via India or alternatively via Bangkok or Hong Kong. NAC’s Osaka flight makes good connections with North American flights.
From Australia and New Zealand
Look for routes via Singapore, Hong Kong or Bangkok.
There are some entry points into Nepal by land open to foreigners.
The entry points from India to Nepal are Mahendranagar, Dhangadhi, Nepalgunj, Sunali, Birganj and Kakarbhitta so you can get on the direct buses to the Nepal border from Delhi, Varanasi, Calcutta, Patna and Darjeeling.
You can cross over the Kodari border from Tibet.