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Yeti Announces Addition of Yet Another Aircraft to its Fleet

Yeti Airlines announces the addition of yet another ATR72-500 aircraft with MSN 749 to its fleet. This aircraft is approved as a pressurized aircraft coming in operation in the Nepali domestic sector with Nepali registration number 9N-AMM is a FAA/EASA. This aircraft will operate in Bhadrapur and Bhairawaha routes. With the aid of this additional aircraft, Yeti Airlines will be providing its service in all the four sectors of Nepal that include: Biratnagar, Bhadrapur, Bhairawaha, and Nepalgunj respectively.

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This additional aircraft is a twin-engine turboprop aircraft manufactured by the French-Italian consortium ATR. With its superior built and performance, the ATR72-500 has become one of the most successful regional carriers in the world, steadily expanding and entering new global markets.

The ATR72-500 is powered by two Pratt & Whitney PW127 engines and equipped with Hamilton Sundstrand composite blade propellers. These high-tech engines and propellers ensure exceptional performance, fuel efficiency, remarkably low noise and low greenhouse gas emissions, the Press release adds.

The famous global operators of the ATR72-500 aircraft are Air New Zealand, Aer Lingus, SAS, HOP! , Flybe, Azul, Bangkok Airways, Jet Airways, Malindo, and more.

The ATR72-500 aircraft has been lease financed from Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC). NAC’s current fleet of over 350-owned and 39-managed aircraft includes ATR42, ATR72, Bombardier Dash 8, CRJ900, CRJ1000, CS300, E170, E175, E190, and E195. NAC is the largest owner and lessor of both ATR and Bombardier aircraft in the world.

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