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Tara Air

Corporate Address
P.O Box 20011,
Tilganga,
Kathmandu
Website
http://www.taraair.com/
Main hub
Kathmandu Tribhuvan Airport
Country
Nepal
Business model
Regional/Commuter

Founded in 2009, Tara Airlines is based at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal. The carrier operates as a subsidiary of Yeti Airlines providing charter and scheduled services. The carrier specialises in serving remote and mountainous airports and airstrips.

Location of Tara Air main hub (Kathmandu Tribhuvan Airport)


 

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Nepal dependent on tourism and air transportation but challenges for its airlines

15-Jul-2011 12:37 PM

Nepal, dominated by regional carriers due to its mountainous geography and dispersed, is progressively enhancing its international connectivity amid continued tourism growth in the picturesque country. However, despite the rise in visitor numbers, tourism revenues, an important part of the nation’s economy, are not rising to a similar extent and the nation’s poorly performing carriers are facing a rising threat from larger rivals across the border in India.

Nepalese carriers wrap: Nepal Airlines Corporation, Buddha Air, Yeti Airlines, Tara Air

15-Dec-2009 1:21 PM

Nepal, dominated by regional carriers due to its population spread across mountainous regions, is progressively enhancing its international connectivity, although its carriers face a rising threat from larger rivals across the border in India. This report provides the latest strategic updates at Nepal’s expanding airlines, Nepal Airlines, Buddha Air, Yeti Airlines and Tara Air.

New entrants continue to be launched around the world, despite challenging economic environment

10-Dec-2009 5:27 PM

Start-up carriers are continuing to enter the market in most places in 4Q2009, taking advantage of lower aircraft prices, as well as airline failures and/or capacity reductions by rivals in some markets. Several of the new carriers are the result of cross-border expansion by airlines in emerging markets, such as Eastern Europe and Africa.

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