Nepal series (1/3)- Kathmandou international airport
I apologize for being so long to write a new post, I was in Nepal for my
holidays for about 10 days and the access to Internet was not really convenient
(don't worry, they have internet everywhere in Nepal, i don't mean it that
For those who may have seen on the news, Nepal was on National strike last
week due to the Maoist party; basically all shops were closed, only basic shops
or tourist area shops were open from 6pm to 8pm. No vehicles were allowed in
the streets, except tourist vehicles. No need to tell you that my holiday plans
changed completely along the way and that I came back even more tense than when
I left but well, that's life. The strike is over now, so I guess it's the right
time to go now :.)
To come back to my subject, I wanted to share with some interesting facts
about the only airport in Nepal which has international flights: Kathmandou International
Kathmandou international airport is made of bricks, very old fashioned style, I would not be irrespectful if I'd say it is one of the less developed international airport I have been in my life.
But still, we can see that the outdoor medias companies there are trying to
use some nice formats as pillar wraps for Samsung for example to promote their
Or also arrival wallflow lightbox for NCELL, the local telecom company even
if the lightboxes are very small:
Trolley ad for the Nepalese association abroad:
And we also have some scrollling panels in the boarding hall facing the waiting area.
The pictures I share with you are pretty much everything interesting I could see in Kathmandou airport, so not much advertising there but we still find the major brands like Samsung, Telecom leader of Nepal or financial services brand in the airport.
Let's go back there in 10 years to see the changes. If you have any pictures
of Nepal outdoor, please share as well.
I will continue the Nepal serie with two more articles about the outdoor advertising in the country in the following days.