On March 24, an air traffic conflict incident occurred between Air India and Nepal Airlines at Tribhuvan International Airport. The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal tweeted on Sunday that the Air Traffic Controllers (ATCs) involved in the incident have been removed from their active control position until further notice. The details of the incident are still unknown and more information is awaited. This decision was made by the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal to ensure the safety of all passengers and flights. The ATCs will not be allowed to control air traffic until the investigation is completed and it is deemed safe for them to resume their duties.