Kathmandu: Himalaya Airlines and Yeti Airlines have entered into a mutual agreement to expand their sales growth and the gradual extension of support in e-commerce.
This is a strategic business partnership agreement between Yeti and Himalayan Airlines which includes airline inventory for ticket issuance and ancillary products. It is aimed at facilitating different passenger segments of both airlines making their products available on each other’s websites for easy accessibility, said a press statement.
Himalaya Airlines which has both Chinese and Nepali investment has already been operating international flights to Middle East Asia and South Asia whereas private Yeti Airlines is limited to operating flights to domestic destinations in Nepal.
“Today’s alliance is our first step toward a strategic partnership between Himalaya and Yeti to explore new avenues to expand the business. Capitalizing on our digital tie-up, we hope this agreement shall maximize sales and revenue potential,” said Vijay Shrestha, vice president at Himalaya Airlines in the statement.
Likewise, Anoj Rimal, chief executive officer of Yeti Airlines, was quoted as saying, “With this partnership, passengers of both airlines will have added benefits.”
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