NEPC Airlines was a private airline headquartered in Chennai, that operated from 1993 to 1997. It was promoted by the Chennai based NEPC group, owned by the Khemkas. The airline operated a fleet of nine Fokker F-27 planes and five Boeing 737-200s.
The NEPC group acquired management control in Damania Airways and renamed it as Skyline NEPC in May 1995. NEPC Airlines and its subsidiary, Skyline NEPC, were grounded in 1997. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) suspended them for non-payment of dues following which they were taken off the computerised reservation system (CRS).