The Mirror Desk,
Nepal has become the third country in South Asia to provide internet in the sky above 10,000 feet after India and Pakistan. Three foreign airlines had applied to NEA for internet service.
Nepal Telecommunications Authority (NTA) has stated that allowing internet service at an altitude of less than 10,000 feet may disrupt the frequency within the country. The decision was taken at a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Telecommunication Authority held on April 25.
NEA spokesperson Santosh Poudel informed that the NEA has decided to allow the use of the service at an altitude of 10,000 feet if requested by a foreign airline. According to him, airlines licensed by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) will get the facility.
Foreign airlines will now be able to use telecommunication services while flying in Nepali skies.
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