Based in Kathmandu, Nepal, Yeti Airlines operates flights within Nepal, alongside international operations as Himalaya Airlines. It is the parent company of Tara Air, and combined, the two airlines form the largest flight operator for the Nepalese domestic flight market.
The airline flies domestically to the following destinations:
Yeti Airlines also operates a daily, one-hour-long Everest Express flight from Kathmandu to the Everest range.
The route map below outlines the destinations Yeti, and its subsidiary airline, Tara Air, flies to, along with the aircraft operated on each route:
Yeti Airlines passengers have a carry-on cabin bag allowance of 5kg maximum weight.
Lukla and Jomsom flights have a maximum check-in baggage weight of 10kg
All other routes have a maximum check-in luggage weight of 15kg.
If baggage exceeds the weight allowances, it will be charged at an excess baggage rate.
Online check-in is currently unavailable on Yeti Airlines flights. To check-in, passengers must visit their airport of departure with the relevant flight details.
Airport check-in is available on all Yeti Airlines flights and the only way to check-in. Airport check-in deadline times will differ depending on which airport the passenger is departing from. It's important to keep informed of airport check-in times, as Yeti Airlines have the right to deny boarding for any passenger that is late. Airport check-in can be completed by presenting the relevant travel documents to a Yeti Airlines check-in agent at the airport's check-in desk.
Please click on the logos below to find out more about airlines that fly similar routes to Yeti Airlines:
Tribhuvan International Airport is an international airport in Kathmandu, Nepal. The airport is about six kilometres from the city centre, in the Kathmandu valley. It is the sole international airport in Nepal and has served as an airfield since 1949.
8th February 2018
Yeti Airlines is planning to add two ATR72 aircraft to its fleet by the end of this month, as part of a larger plan to expand its fleet by 44% by the end of 2019. Yeti Airlines currently operates nine aircraft in total — six Jetstream 41s and three ATR72-500s. The airline plans to add a total of four more ATR72s by the end of 2019, which would bring its fleet up to a total of 13. Yeti Airlines Media Manager revealed that all ATR 72s will be used to operate flights from out of Kathmandu, while the Jetstream aircraft will be used for flights outside of Kathmandu.