Kathmandu, Nov. 8 -- Germany's Munich Airport appears close to being appointed as operator of Bhairahawa international airport with the government asking it to submit a detailed plan.

The government has formed a six-member team to hold negotiations with the German airport.

Rajan Pokhrel, director general at the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal and a member of the team, said that, following several rounds of talks, they had told Munich Airport to submit its detailed plan including the operation modality and the fee and revenue sharing structure.

"Munich Airport is expected to submit the plan by the second week of November," said Pokhrel. He added that the operational management period would be fixed after negotiations.

"It may be thre...