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Pokhara Airport resumes from today

Kathmandu, May 2: The Pokhara Regional International Airport which was temporarily closed for the past few days due to a low visibility issue has resumed its services from this morning. According to Buddha Air's information office Dipendra Kumar Karna, the airport was reopened after the status of its visibility improved.

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