Bhadrapur Airport

Bhadrapur Airport

Bhadrapur Airport is a domestic airport in Jhapa district of Nepal. It is also known as Chandragadi Airport. It is located 4.6 km away from Bhadrapur. Bhadrapur is one of Nepal's oldest municipalities. One of the closest city to Bhadrapur, Ilam is popularly known as "Tea City" of Nepal.

Bhadrapur Airport was established on November 1963. The surface of runway is paved with asphalt and has length of 5000 ft. With an elevation of 300 ft, it is 450 km away from Kathmandu. The IATA and ICAO codes for Bhadrapur Airport are BDP and VNCG respectively.

Major domestic airlines of Nepal operate daily flights to Bhadrapur. Buddha Air has daily and direct flights from Kathmandu to Bhadrapur. Bhadrapur is the entry point for trekkers who want to trek Mt. Kanchenjunga, third highest mountain in the world. Makalu Barun National Park also lies in the same region. Other famous travel places such as Ilam and Siliguri are close to Bhadrapur.

Buddha Air