List of airlines of Nepal

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This is a list of airlines which have a current Air Operator Certificate issued by the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal.

The Boeing 757-200M of Nepal Airlines, the country's flag carrier.
The ATR-72 of Buddha Air is the largest Plane (70 Seats) flying in the Domestic Sector in Nepal.
Yeti Airlines and its subsidiary Tara Air form the biggest Carrier in Nepal with Yeti Airlines operating 7 BAe Jetstream 41s.
Airline Airline (in Nepali) ICAO IATA Callsign AOC
Issued
Blue Airways BLU BL Blue AIRways 2015
Buddha Air BHA U4 BUDDHA AIR 1997
BB Airways BBW BO - 2012
Fishtail Air - - - 1997
Flying Dragon Airlines - - - 2005
Goma Air - - - 2011
Gorkha Airlines IKA G1 GORKHA AIRLINES 1996
Makalu Air - - - 2009
Manang Air - - -
Namaste Nepalese Air - - - 2014
Nepal Airlines RNA RA ROYAL NEPAL 1958
Saurya Airlines - S1 - 2014
Shree Airlines SHA - SHREE AIR 1999
Sita Air - ST - 2003
Simrik Airlines RMK - - 2009
Tara Air - TA TARA AIR 2009
Yeti Airlines NYT YT YETI AIRLINES 1998

Defunct Airlines[edit]

Airline Airline (in Nepali) ICAO IATA Callsign Ceased
Operations
Agni Air - AG - 2013
Air Ananya - - -
Air Nepal International NPL XN AIR NEPAL 2006
Asian Airlines - - -
Base Air - - - 2005
Cosmic Air CSM F5 COSMIC AIR
Everest Air - E2 - 1998
Fly Yeti - - - 2008
Guna Airlines GNA TF - 2013
Impro Airways - - - 2010
Karnali Air - - - 2003 (After merging with Necon Air in 2001)
Mero Air MER MR MERO
Mountain Air - - - 2002
Necon Air NEC 3Z NECON AIR 2003
Shangri-La Air - - - 2003 (After merging with Necon Air in 2001)
Skyline Airways - - - 2003

References[edit]

http://www.airlinehistory.co.uk/RestofWorld/nepal/Airlines.asp

See also[edit]