The aviation museum is located in Sinamangal, Kathmandu. The aviation museum was build using the crashed A330 Aircraft. The aircraft belongs the Turkish Airlines. The crashed aircraft had worked for only eight months and in 2015 the aircraft experienced the accident of a runway excursion at the Katmandu airport. The museum was officially launched on 28th November 2017. The museum was made with the initiative of Nepal Civil Aviation, the pilot Bed Upreti, and the trust. The museum hires 25 staff, as well as wear uniforms for flight attendants. Mr. Upereti purchased a Fokker 100 aircraft in 2012 which was moved in pieces to reattach in Dhangadi. The main objective of the aviation museum is to educate, attract, and inspire young Nepali to join the airline industry. Inside the museum, there are many cabins where in the first cabin, the attendants present a small clip about the aviation museum, and following the cabins present in the museum, we can experience different models of the aircraft that are present in the world. According to the trust grade, students from all over Nepal may enter the museum free if they have letters from their schools supporting the visit.