Fly Yeti

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Yeti Airways
IATA ICAO Callsign
0Y - -
Founded 2007
Ceased operations 16 July 2008
Hubs Tribhuvan International Airport
Frequent-flyer program SkyClub
Fleet size 1
Destinations 5 (at time of closure with 3 planned)
Parent company Air Arabia
Yeti Airlines
Headquarters Kathmandu, Nepal

Fly Yeti was a low cost airline based in Kathmandu, Nepal. The airline was a joint venture between the Nepalese regional carrier Yeti Airlines and Air Arabia. The airline suspended all flights from 16 July 2008, citing political uncertainty.


Fly Yeti served the following destinations at the time of closure.[1][2]

Fly Yeti had also planned to serve Bangkok, Delhi and Hong Kong.[5]


Fly Yeti fleet before closure was composed of one Boeing 737-800 leased from Futura International Airways.


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