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Yeti Airlines (YT) seat maps

Yeti Airlines is Nepal's second largest domestic airline. It operates a fleet of ATR 72 aircraft and covers 8 domestic destinations. The airline was founded in 1998 and started flying with a single DHC6-300 Twin Otter aircraft. The company prides itself on being carbon neutral since 2019. Short take-off and landing operations were transferred to its sister airline Tara Air.

Here at we have compiled the most comprehensive database of airline seatmaps in the industry. Please click on the links below to see the extensive variety of seatmaps within the entire fleet of aircraft that Yeti Airlines operates.

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Check in rules

Online check-in for Yeti Airlines flights is currently not available. Passengers must visit the departure airport with the appropriate flight information to check in. Airport check-in is available on all Yeti Airlines flights and is the only way to check in. Check-in closing time at the airport depends on which airport the passenger is departing from.

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Passengers of Yeti Airlines are entitled to a maximum of 5 kg of hand luggage. On flights to Lukla and Jomsom, the maximum check-in baggage weight is 10 kg. On all other routes, the maximum weight of checked baggage is 15 kg. If the weight of the luggage exceeds the established norms, it will be charged at the excess luggage rate.

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Unaccompanied minors

Airlines offer special assistance for children traveling by themselves. This service is offered to passengers aged between 2 to under 16 years of age if an adult aged 16 years and above is not traveling with them on the same flight. Children under the age of 2 are not allowed to travel alone. This service is mandatory for unaccompanied children aged two and under 12 years, and is optional for those aged 12 to under 16 years old. It would help if you informed yourself of what this special assistance to unaccompanied children includes. Details of this assistance can be obtained from the Company upon request.

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Infants are children under the age of two years. An infant may travel free of charge, provided it does not occupy a seat, but is in the arms of an accompanying adult. If you wish, you can purchase a seat for the infant.

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Pets are not allowed to be carried in flight.

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