Girish Mahajan

Summit Air (Nepal)

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Hubs  Surkhet Airport
Fleet size  6
Secondary hubs  Nepalgunj Airport
Destinations  10
Key people  Bikash Rana, Chairman Manoj Karki, MD

Summit Air is an airline based in Surkhet, Nepal. Goma Air was re-branded to Summit Air on 13 March 2017. The airline operates from short takeoff and landing (STOL) airstrips of western parts of Nepal. The airline received the first of two Let 410 aircraft in October 2014, to be used on flights to Lukla and Jomsom. The aircraft are financed by the Czech Republic Export Bank.



The airline serves the following destinations:

  • Nepal
  • Bajhang Airport
  • Bajura Airport
  • Chaurjahari Airport
  • Dolpa Airport
  • Jumla Airport
  • Nepalgunj Airport
  • Rukum Airport
  • Simikot Airport
  • Surkhet Airport[Hub]
  • Talcha Airport
  • Accidents and Incidents

  • On 2 June 2015, a Goma Air flight from Jomsom landed in Pokhara without the nose gear. All 18 passengers on board the Let 410 aircraft were safe, but the aircraft 9N-AKY suffered damage in the nose wheel part.
  • References

    Summit Air (Nepal) Wikipedia

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