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|Ceased operations||16 July 2008|
|Hubs||Tribhuvan International Airport|
|Destinations||5 (at time of closure with 3 planned)|
|Parent company||Air Arabia
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.
- United Arab Emirates
Fly Yeti had also planned to serve Bangkok, Delhi and Hong Kong.
- "FlyYeti.com launches service to Abu Dhabi". GulfNews. Retrieved 16 December 2017.
- Fly Yeti routes mentioned in article
- Article mentions Doha in former operational routes
- "FlyYeti launches Abu Dhabi flights". Trade Arabia. Retrieved 16 December 2017.
- Fly yeti planned routes
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