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Yeti Airlines ATR 72-500 proving flight successful

image009Yeti Airlines announced the successful completion of the proving flight of its latest aircraft ATR72-500.
Issuing a press statement, the airlines informed that the flight operated by Captain Gabriel C Kunda and Captain Roop Kumar Siddhi departed from Kathmandu’s domestic airport at 12:15 pm with a team of 41 member and landed successfully at 3:50 PM at Bhairahawa Airport. Representatives of Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) were on board.
Yeti Airlines informed that the report of the proving flight has been submitted to CAAN. The schedule flight will commence as soon as the airlines gets clearance from CAAN, the statement further said.
Yeti Airlines will initially start flights of its ATR72-500 aircraft to Nepalgunj and Biratnagar. Yeti Airlines said it will extend its ATR72-500 operations to Bhadrapur and Bhairahawa as well upon the arrival of its second ATR72-500 in September.
“With the successful completion of our inaugural flight to Bhairahawa, we look forward to providing daily flights to Bhairahawa in the near future,” reads the statement.
“Our mission is to provide our passengers the best of service and comfort. By introducing the youngest ATR 72-500 in Nepal, we are keeping to our commitment of “You Come First” ensuring that our passengers have the best possible experience when travelling with Yeti Airlines.”
Yeti Airlines commenced its operations from 1998and has seen rapid growth in a period of 18 years of operation, according to the press statement. Along with its subsidiary Tara Air, Yeti Airlines claimed that it operates the widest network and largest fleet of aircraft in Nepal.

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