Shree Airlines is an airline in Sinamangal, Kathmandu, Nepal. The airline operates both helicopter and plane services using Bombardier aircraft. The airline also operates close-encounter experiences around Everest. To find out more about flying to Mount Everest, please visit our flights to Everest page. The airlines also operates a number of humanitarian flights for the World Food Program and the Nepal Food Corporation, delivering food packages to Nepalese populations living in remote areas of the country.
The Shree Airlines fleet includes two Bombardier CRJ200ER aircraft, two Bombardier CRJ700 aircraft, six Mil Mi-17 helicopters and two Eurocopter As350 B3e.
Shree Airlines passengers are permitted one piece of carry on baggage with a maximum weight of 5kg.
Shree Airlines passengers are allowed up to 20kg of checked baggage.
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Shree Airlines has gained permission in February 2019 to operate chartered international flights. This will allow the company to fly to destinations such as India and Bangladesh.
Shree Airlines is based at Tribuhuvan International Airport, which is an international airport in Kathmandu, Nepal. The airport was inaugurated in 1955 by King Mahendra of Nepal. It received its current name in 1964. Airlines that fly in and out of the airport include Buddha Air, Nepal Airlines, Oman Air, and Yeti Airlines.