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Himalaya Airlines is a Nepalese airline based at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal. Himalaya Airlines flies to 5 destinations including Dammam, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Qatar and United Arab Emirates as of March 2017. Himalaya Airlines plans to add a more destinations to its route networks within 2017 including Dhaka, Hong Kong and Bangkok. China is a main focus in order to increase connectivity by including Beijing and Chengdu to its destination network and eventually other destinations such as, Kunmig, Guangzhou and Lhasa.

The airline was founded in 2014 as a joint venture between Tibet Airlines and Yeti Airlines Group. In order for Himalaya Airlines to obtain its Air Operator's Certificate, the airline leased aircraft form Yeti Airlines and conducted its first proving flights from Febuary 2016. However, launch plans were delayed due the Nepal earthquake in April 2015. Himalaya Airlines launched operations on 31st May 2016 with flights between Kathmandu and Doha and later that year, began flight services to Colombo, which resumed scheduled flights between Nepal and Sri Lanka after 28 years.

In-flight entertainment system offers passengers with music, the latest blockbuster movies, TV shows and documentaries. There is also an in-flight magazine, Danfe, to enjoy. Himalaya Airlines that started its first scheduled flight operations in May 2016, flying directly to Doha, Qatar, carried 56,213 passengers in the first six months of 2017.

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Himalaya Airlines operates 3 Airbus 320-214 series of narrow-body aircrafts in its fleet with 2 seat configurations that can hold 8 and 150 passengers in Business and Economy seats. 





Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia

Yangon - Myanmar

Kathmandu - Nepal

Dammam - Saudi Arabia

Doha - Qatar

Dubai - United Arab Emirates

Abu Dhabi- United Arab Emirates




Free Baggage Allowance:

To/From Qatar (DOH) 


Business Cabin :  40 Kgs

Economy Cabin :  30 Kgs


To/From United Arab Emirates (DWC) 


Business Cabin :  40 Kgs

Economy Cabin :  30 Kgs


Business Cabin :  45Kgs

Economy Cabin :  35 Kgs



To/From Malaysia (KUL) 


Business Cabin :  40 Kgs

Economy Cabin :  30 Kgs


To/From Myanmar (RGN) 


Business Cabin :  40 Kgs

Economy Cabin :  30 Kgs


Infant Free Baggage Allowance remains unchanged. Current Free Baggage Allowance of 10kgs remains. 


Flights between Kathmandu to Dammam allows free baggage allowance of 40 kg for Business Class and 30 kg for Economy Class.



21st March 2018

Himalaya Airlines turns sights northward

Himalaya Airlines is turning its sights northward after being refused landing permission in India. The private Nepali carrier has charted out an aggressive plan to connect Chinese cities that are key outbound markets with a high consuming capacity.


The Nepal-China joint venture has recently requested the government to review the bilateral air service agreement (ASA) with China. Currently, five Chinese carriers—Air China, China Southern, China Eastern, Sichuan Airlines and Tibet Airlines—operate flights to Nepal. But no Nepali carrier serves China.


In 2015, national flag carrier Nepal Airlines applied for landing permission at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, but its application is yet to be approved.


Officials of the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (Caan) suspect that Nepali carriers have been kept out of Chinese airports due to the significant safety concern (SSC) tag given to Nepal by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (Icao) in its audit report in 2013. Nepal has recently been removed from Icao’s bad books.


Himalaya has been eying Shanghai, Shenzhen, Wuhan and Changsha as potential destinations. They are among the top 15 Chinese outbound markets or the main gateways to the outside world. “In view of our need to expand our services for promoting mutual tourism, trade and culture between the two countries, an application has been submitted to start scheduled passenger flights to Shenzhen, Wuhan and Changsha which are not among the air routes specified in the Nepal-China bilateral ASA,” the carrier said in its proposal submitted to the ministry.


Last week, the Tourism Ministry designated seven weekly flights for Himalaya Airlines on the Kathmandu-Shanghai route.


The two governments can sign a memorandum of understanding and grant flight permission to Himalaya to boost Chinese arrivals from new markets, ministry officials said. “The ASA can be revised later.”


Newly-appointed Tourism Minister Rabindra Adhikari has set an aim to increase arrivals to 1.5 million by 2020, and plans to conduct aggressive promotional activities in India and China this fiscal year to bring more tourists from the world’s largest outbound markets.


According to the China Tourism Academy, the official tourism research institute of the China National Tourism Administration, the financial capital of Shanghai is China’s top outbound market. Shenzhen and Wuhan are the third and ninth largest outbound markets. Similarly, Changsha is the 13th largest outbound market.


In 2016, Chinese outbound reached 122 million departures, and Chinese visitors spent $109.8 billion in overseas destinations. In Nepal, according to the Department of Immigration, arrivals from China, the country’s second largest source market after India, totalled 104,664 individuals last year.


“We plan to connect all these four destinations this year if the government gives the go-ahead,” said Vijay Shrestha, vice-president, administration, of Himalaya Airlines. “We have charted out this aggressive plan to meet the targets of the government and the private sector to attract 2.5 million or more tourists annually. The target looks attainable if we focus on two giant economies, India and China, that are our neighbours,” he said, adding that Himalaya was trying to penetrate the Indian market too. 


In March 2016, Himalaya Airlines had announced that it would be conducting its maiden commercial flight on the Kathmandu-Delhi sector after receiving its first aircraft. Two years have passed but Indian authorities have not given their permission. The carrier currently operates 32 flights weekly on the Dubai, Kuala Lumpur, Doha and Dammam sectors with its three Airbus A320 jets.