Dashain offer of Yeti Airlines: Free Kathmandu-Abudhabi ticket for a couple

Yeti Airlines, a leading privately owned airline, has come up with an attractive offer for its passengers on the occasion of the great festival of Nepali, Badhadashain. This offer is valid till the Dashain festival. Out of the passengers flying to all the airline destinations, five lucky winners will get various attractive gifts, the airline said.


Under the airline’s attractive offer, the first place winner through ‘Lucky Draw’ will get two round-trip free tickets of Himalaya Airlines Kathmandu-Abu Dhabi-Kathmandu for a couple. Similarly, the second winner will get one night stay at Kasara Hotel in Chitwan, the third-place winner will get one night stay at Gokarna Forest Resort in Kathmandu, and the fourth-place winner will get one night stay at Nomad Hotel. Similarly, the fifth winner will be given an attractive prize on behalf of Yeti Airlines.

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During the celebration of its 22nd anniversary, the airlines have been announcing various attractive offers. The airline, which recently announced an attractive domestic travel package, has recently started flying to Simara as its ninth destination.

Chief Saftey Officer and Spokesperson of Yeti Airlines Sudarshan Bartaula informed that various offers had been brought to provide attractive gifts to the passengers while maintaining safe flight and maintaining the airlines’ trust.


According to him, passengers flying to all destinations of Yeti Airlines can participate in this offer. “As we have announced to bring more attractive programs for the 22nd anniversary, we have brought this Dashain offer, our passengers will also enjoy attractive gifts along with the flight,” said spokesperson Bartaula. The airline has been operating its flights through ATR-72 and Jetstream-41 aircraft.

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Yeti Airlines currently operates mountain flights from Kathmandu and Pokhara and several other flights from Kathmandu to Biratnagar, Nepalgunj, Bharatpur, Janakpur, Bhadrapur, Bhairahawa, Tumlingtar, and Simara.

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