Yeti Airlines introduces New Year Offer ‘Yeti Extra Care’
On the occasion of the New Year 2079 BS, Yeti Airlines has introduced “Yeti Extra Care” promotion.
Yati Airlines and Sanima General Insurance Company have teamed up for the first time to make this offer available to its customers.
Sudarshan Bartaula, the airline’s spokesperson and chief of aviation safety, said that the airlines are sensitive in providing customers with safe and quality service and have therefore come up with a ‘Extra Care Offer.’
A 30-day accident insurance policy of up to Rs 1 lakh will be provided to customers who purchase tickets using Yeti’s mobile app or website. On Baisakh 1, 2079 BS, this plan will go into effect.
Under the scheme, passengers will be able to avail insurance facility as many times as they have traveled.
If you travel more than twice in a period of 30 days, you will get insurance up to 30 days from the last date of travel and the policy obtained during previous travel will be automatically canceled.
As of now, Bartaula added, the offer is only available for three months. As of now, only Nepali travelers are eligible for the discount, but it may be extended in the near future, depending on the airline’s priorities.
For now, the offer will be valid for three months, said spokesperson Bartaula. The company has stated that the offer is applicable only to Nepali passengers for now and will be extended in the coming days depending on the priority.
Insured passengers will receive up to Rs. 10,000 for medical treatment in case of an accident during the insurance period and 100% of the sum insured in case of death. The rights to insurance claims will be vested in Sanima General Insurance Company under the policy of the Insurance Committee, the airlines said.
For the past few years, Yeti has been doing various works focusing on the safety of the passengers as well as the convenience and convenience, adding that it will continue to bring such offers in the future as well. Yeti Airlines and its sister company Tara Air are currently operating flights to several destinations in Nepal.