Yati Airlines has crossed the 23rd year of flying in Nepali skies. Yeti Airlines, Nepal’s largest privately-owned airline, has entered its 24th year by crossing 23 springs from today.
Yeti, which launched its first flight on September 21, 1998, celebrates the same day as an annual celebration. Established with the objective of providing humanitarian service to the people of remote areas of Nepal, Yeti Airlines, along with its sister company Tara Air, has been providing excellent service in Nepali skies for 23 years.
Anoj Rimal, chief executive officer of the airline, said that Yeti, which has been transporting food, medicine, clothes and other goods to the people of the Himalayan region and Karnali who were not connected to the transport network in the early days of its establishment, has been expanding its network internationally.
We thank Yati Airlines and Tara Air for their courageous pilots and confident crew, skilled technicians, trained staff, diligence, hard work, honesty and trust of the partner organizations. CEO Rimal said.
Entering the ATR era
With a journey of 24 years, Yeti has completely ended the Jetstream era and entered the ATR era. Recently, Yeti has sold five of its aircraft. Airlines have entered the ATR era with the goal of providing customers with comfortable and safe flights. The company has stated that it will immediately purchase more ATR aircraft and add flights to different cities of Nepal.
Launch of call center to provide flight information
Yati Airlines has formally inaugurated the call center from today by upgrading the reservation center with the objective of providing more convenience to the customers on the occasion of the 23rd anniversary. With the launch of the call center, flight information can now be obtained by calling 01-5970074 and flight inquiries will not go unanswered, said Yeti Airlines.
Spokesperson of the airline and Chief of Air Safety Sudarshan Bartaula said that the airline has been chosen by the domestic and foreign passengers as it has given proper fares, hassle-free travel, quality service and first priority to the passengers.
“We have been providing satisfactory service to the sick, disabled or passengers with different abilities by giving special priority to the dignitaries, children and senior citizens and taking them to the destination safely,” he said. Yati Airlines is the first and only carbon neutral airline in Nepal. Spokesperson Bartaula said that Yati Airlines is equally sensitive and active in environmental protection.
Lukla flight tickets available from mobile apps
Yeti has so far airlifted about 100 tons of garbage from the Khumbu area including Everest through the Everest cleaning campaign in collaboration with various agencies under corporate social responsibility. Similarly, 272,600 saplings have been planted in different districts. The company has said that paper cups have been used instead of plastic cups inside the aircraft and electric vehicles have been given priority.
Air ambulance service in collaboration with Yati Airlines and Nepal Medicity
Yeti Airlines has made a significant contribution not only in aviation and tourism but also in the field of sports, especially in cricket, football and golf. The service provided by adopting high security vigilance even in the face of the challenge of Kovid-19 epidemic is commendable. The company said in a statement that it has managed to secure the travel of millions of passengers because of the belief that it will only succeed in maintaining its purpose and value if we manage to stay healthy and control the infection.
Increasing the number of aircraft in the coming year, increasing market share by adding flights to new destinations, creating more jobs, expanding services to international destinations through charter flights, refining air services using new technologies and bringing concessional offers that directly benefit passengers and Spokesperson Bartaula informed that social responsibilities will be continued.
Yeti currently flies to Nepalgunj, Bhadrapur, Janakpur, Pokhara, Simara, Bhairahawa and Biratnagar on five ATR aircraft, while Tara Air operates four ‘twin-atar’ aircraft in remote Himalayan and hilly parts of Lukla, Phaplu, Jomsom, Humla, Jumla and It has been providing services at airports like Rara, Dolpa and Wajura.