Tara Air, the subsidiary of Yeti Airlines was established in 2009 utilizing aircraft from Yeti. The airline was stationed at Tribhuvan International Airport with a secondary base at Nepalgunj Airport. Yeti Airlines planned to split its STOL operations due to which it was rebranded as Tara Air.

The airline today operates scheduled and charter flights to various remote regions of Nepal with its four Twin Otter DHC-6s and 2 Dornier DO-228s aircraft. Tara Air was mainly established to focus on serving remote and mountainous airports and airfields.

Tara Air Destinations

The airline operates scheduled and charter flights to various STOL airfields around the country namely Lukla, Simikot, Jomsom, Phaplu, Dolpa, Jumla, Lamidanda, Taplejung, and Pokhara.

Tara Air Fleet Details

2 X Twin Otter DHC-6-400

tara air twin otter dhc 6 400 aviatech channel
AircraftEngine ModelYear of ManufactureAircraft Reg. No.MSNMTOWDate of Operation
DHC-6-400Honeywell TPE33120109N-ALO8465,670 Kgs2018
DHC-6-400Honeywell TPE33120159N-AKK9215,670 Kgs2015

2 X Twin Otter DHC-6-300

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AircraftEngine ModelYear of ManufactureAircraft Reg. No.MSNMTOWDate of Operation
DHC-6-300PW Canada PT619909N-AEV7295,670 Kgs2009
DHC-6-300PW Canada PT619859N-AET6195,670 Kgs2009

2 X Dornier DO-228

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AircraftEngine ModelYear of ManufactureAircraft Reg. No.MSNMTOWDate of Operation
DO 228-212Honeywell TPE33120059N-AKE82445,700 Kgs2012
DO 228-212Honeywell TPE33119979N-AKK82395,700 Kgs2013