Shree Airlines Bolsters Fleet with Two Dash 8-Q400 Aircraft

Shree Airlines Dash 8-Q400 Aircraft

Shree Airlines marked a significant milestone as it welcomed two Dash 8-Q400 aircraft into its expanding fleet. The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal has officially registered these aircraft under the numbers 9N-AOK and 9N-AOL, highlighting the airline’s commitment to modernizing its operations.

With the addition of these aircraft, Shree Airlines’ fleet now comprises six Dash 8-Q400s, along with two Bombardier CRJ200 and two Bombardier CRJ700 aircraft. This strategic expansion underscores the airline’s dedication to enhancing its capabilities and offering a diverse range of options to its passengers.

The newly acquired 80-seater Dash 8-Q400s were flown in from the United States and successfully landed at the Tribhuvan International Airport, marking a momentous occasion for Shree Airlines.

Dash 8-Q400 Aircraft

In a statement, the airline expressed its intention to swiftly integrate these aircraft into its service offerings. However, it emphasized the importance of adhering to all necessary regulatory procedures mandated by the aviation authorities before commencing operations with the new fleet.

Shree Airlines, once known as Nepal’s largest helicopter operator, ventured into fixed-wing operations in 2016 with the acquisition of three jets. This strategic move reflected the airline’s proactive approach to diversifying its services and meeting the evolving needs of the aviation industry in Nepal and beyond.

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