Flight booking offers a reservation of the domestic and international airline tickets to and from the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA at 1337 m above the sea) in Kathmandu. At least the 23 different airlines fly to different cities in the world. The government of Nepal has an agreement with 35 countries. The first airline service opened in 1949. Nepal Airline established in 1959. The first Boeing landed in Kathmandu in 1966.
Flight booking saves the visitor’s time. Nepal has at least the 35 domestic airports (54 airports in total) are in use. The 120 Helipads are with the authority of civil aviation. The Kathmandu, Pokhara, Nepalgunj, Bhairahawa, Biratnagar, Jomsom and Lukla are the busiest domestic airstrip in Nepal. The Agni, Yeti, Tara, Sita, Buddha, Nepal and Shangri-la are the domestic airline company.
Flight booking confirms the charter helicopter to the Fishtail, Shree, Mountain, and Dynasty Helicopter that made in the USA and European Companies. The twin otter, Pilatus Porter, beech, and Dornier aircraft are in use. Nepal is safe for flight, however, the 67 incidents happened, including the Thai Airbus on 13 July 1992, Pakistan Airbus on 28 September 1992, helicopters and twin otters. Contact with Yeti Trail Adventure to book the domestic and International flight ticket at a competitive price, easy with the Airports pick up and drop service by private cars. Read flight information to and from the Kathmandu Airport.
List of Domestic Airlines in Nepal
1: Air Kasthamandap
2: Buddha Air
3: Goma Air
4: Himalaya Airlines
5: Makalu Air
6: Manang Air
7: Nepal Airlines
8: Saurya Airlines
9: Shree Airlines
10: Sita Air
11: Simrik Airlines
12: Tara Air
13: Yeti Airlines
Domestic flight to and from Kathmandu
Pokhara, Lukla, Bharatpur, Bhairahawa, Bhadrapur, Bhojpur, Biratnagar, Nepalgunj, Dhangarhi, Simara, Janakpur, Tumlingtar, Phaplu, Kangel Danda, and Lamidanda.
Domestic flight to and from Pokhara
Domestic flight to and from Nepalgunj
Simikot, Talcha, Jumla, and Jufal.