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Announcement of Company Name Change

We are delighted to announce that our company name shall change as of January 15, 2020 from “Summit Helicopters Pvt. Ltd” to “Fishtail Air Pvt. Ltd.”.

Company shall continue on present structures with the new name and without any change in the ownership and staff structure. Our contact details shall remain the same as before.

Address:
P.O. Box: 5465, Gairi Gaon, Sinamangal, Kathmandu, Nepal . (Opposite to Air Cargo Division)
Phone: (+977 1) 4112217, 4112230, 4112463/64/65/66/67
Fax: (+977 1) 4112297
Airport Phone No: (+977 1) 4991826, 4494692
Operation & Sales – Binod Thapa : +977 9802302614
Operation & Sales – Ramesh Shiwakoti : +977 9802302615
Airport – Rakesh Rana : +977 9802302616

Email:
Bikash JB Rana : chairman@fishtailair.com
Suman Pandey : ceo@fishtailair.com
Capt. Deepak JB Rana : od@fishtailair.com
Bishwo Gorkhali : engineering@fishtailair.com
Binod Thapa : operation@fishtailair.com
Ramesh Shiwakoti : sales@fishtailair.com

Since only the company name changes, but all other legal aspects remain unchanged, we would like to propose taking this letter as a viable annexe or amendment to any contracts or service agreements that are currently in place between yourselves and Fishtail Air. We would be grateful if you could ensure that all contact details and communication systems are updated within your organization to reflect our company name change with effect from Jan 15th 2020.
Thanks a lot for being one in our valued customers. We appreciate your cooperation in this matter.
Fishtail Air Pvt. Ltd
Sinamangal, Kathmandu, Nepal

Updated Contact Numbers

We would like to inform you that we will be using our updated contact numbers as follows and with effect from today in order to improve the communication.

CAPT. DEEPAK JB RANA 9801133761
RETD. COL. CAPT. PRATIGYA JB RANA 9802302601
CAPT. DEEPAK GARBUJA PUN 9802302602
CAPT. KIRAN PUN 9802302603
CAPT. SUJAL SHRESTHA 9802302604
CAPT. SABIN LAMA 9802302605
Binod Thapa
(General Manager Operation/Sales)
9802302614
Ramesh Siwakoti
(Deputy General Manager Operation/Sales)
9802302615
Rakesh JB Rana
(Operation Manager)
9802302616
Santosh Singh Thapa
(Operation Assistant Manager)
9802302617
Finju Dorjee Sherpa
(Operation Assistant)
9802302618
Shakyan Shakya
(Operation Assistant)
9802302633

Please, kindly update your contact information and we look forward to serving you as usual with the new contact number.

Announcement of Company Name Change

We are delighted to announce that our company name is changing as of May 25, 2018, from “Fishtail Air Pvt. Ltd.” to “Summit Helicopters Pvt. Ltd”.

The company will continue to operate in its current structure, and your contacts will remain unchanged. Other than these visible changes, there is no change in ownership and no change in staff. Our office location, phone, fax, airport phone numbers, and email will remain the same as below :

Address:
P.O. Box: 5465, Gairi Gaon, Sinamangal, Kathmandu, Nepal . (Opposite to Air Cargo Division)
Phone:  (+977 1) 4112217, 4112230, 4112463/64/65/66/67
Fax: (+977 1) 4112297
Airport Phone No: (+977 1) 4991826, 4494692
Operation & Sales – Binod Thapa : +977 9851062087
Operation & Sales – Ramesh Shiwakoti : +977 9751000115
Airport – Rakesh Rana : +977 9751000119
Email:
Binod Thapa : operation@summitheli.com
Ramesh Shiwakoti : sales@summitheli.com
Bishwo Gorkhali : engineering@summitheli.com


Since only the company name changes, but all other legal aspects remain unchanged, we would like to propose taking this letter as a viable annexe or amendment to any contracts or service agreements that are currently in place between yourselves and Summit Helicopters. We would be grateful if you could ensure that all contact details and communication systems are updated within your organization to reflect our company name change with effect from May 25th 2018.

Thanks a lot for being one in our valued customers. We appreciate your cooperation in this matter.
Summit Helicopters Pvt. Ltd
Sinamangal, Kathmandu, Nepal

Fishtail Air recover body of Malaysian climber from Mt Ama Dablam

Raman Nair Hachoodan, 41, who went missing on May 15.

A Malaysian climber who scaled the peak of Mount Everest last year was found dead near camp II on Mt Ama Dablam, which is at 6,812m above sea level in the Everest region.The climber (Raman Nair Hachoodan),42 was said to have fallen some 1,000m down from the high camp after he along with two other climbers were returning to the lower camps .He was found by a sherpa team which had searched the site after he was reported missing hiking down from 6,800 metre mountain. His body was found in a gorge at height of 5,300 meters near the camp II after five days of search.

The report said Raman accompanied by two other mountaineers were believed to be making their way up Camp II, which was located on the lower slopes, some 1,000 metres from the peak, when he fell to his death.The three were making their way to safety to the lower altitude camp to take shelter due to bad weather, when the incident took place.The report also said that the expeditionary organisers conducted land and air search but it proved futile, due to the prevailing bad weather.

It is learnt that the victim’s father had arrived in Kathmandu, Nepal to claim the body, to be brought home to Malaysia for final rites.

Fishtail signs with the first Airbus Helicopters HCare Smart Contract

Fishtail signs with the first Airbus Helicopters HCare Smart Contract to cover the fleet of two H125 (Previously named as AS350 B3e) for five years under the Airbus HCare Service offer. As we are the first company to introduce the H125 in Nepal, we will now be the first to take benefit from the HCare Smart Program in the contry.

This contract will offer the support for both scheduled and unscheduled aircrafts events and entitles of Fishtail Air for full Material Management Service backed by a parts availability commitment. Fishtail can ensure high maintenance standards in collaboration with Airbus Helicopters and can meet growing demand for helicopters in Nepal.

This offer provides the rotorcraft industry’s most comprehensive service coverage, grouped with  5 doamins: material management, helicopter maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) and upgrades, technical support, training and flight operations and connected services. It includes Repair by hour (RBH), exchange by the hour (EBH), parts by the hour (PBH) and full by the hour (FBH).

Simikot Inbound and Outbound (Hilsa Mission)

Fishtail Air is now operating one of its B3 helicopter in Far western region of Nepal called Simikot. Simikot is the gateway to Mount Kailash and Mansarovar Lake. Fishtail is operating since May 27 and has done more than 250 shuttles up to now and sending more than 1000 passengers up to Hilsa (Nepal Border) and along with that, we have done emergency rescue evacuation from Hilsa to Simikot and Simikot to Nepalgunj as well as Kathmandu. Fishtail will be operating up to September of this year and we have named for this mission as “HILSA MISSION“.

Kailash Mansarovar Yatra

Kailash Mansarovar Yatra

Fishtail is participating in HTM 2017

The Himalayan Travel Mart 2017 is being held, from 1st to the 4th of June, 2017, with the aim to re-define Adventure Tourism and also establish Nepal, as a Gateway to the Himalayas. The event is being hosted by Ministry of Culture, Tourism & Civil Aviation (Government of Nepal) with the support of PATA International, NTB, Nepal Airlines Corporation and other pertinent Stake Holders. PATA Nepal Chapter is the Implementing Agent/Organizer for this historical event. It is a Business to Business Event; where Buyers from all over Europe, North America, South America, Australia, New Zealand, Russia & CIS, Asia and the Gulf, participate, with an interest in promoting tourism in Nepal and the Himalayan region.

Fishtail is participating in Himalayan Travel Mart as it will flourish the local tourism of Nepal in different part of the world. Fishtail is engaging in this mart to grow up relation with different sellers, buyers and other customers and as well as establishing sustainable tourism throughout the world.

Aerial Work at Everest Region!

Aerial work is one of the difficult action to perform in higher altitude which was performed by Fishtail air and has successfully completed on May 12, 2017 in Everest Region-Lobuche Glacier (4940m) and Gorakshep Glacier (5164m). Our AS350 B3e (9N-AJQ) was piloted by Caption Maurizio Folini and supported by Technician Mr. Hari Giri for this action. This aerial work was for Glaciology Study.

By: Sumit Shrestha

Mountaineer, 86, dies attempting to reclaim title of oldest to climb Everest

Min Bahadur Sherchan, a former British Gurkha who was attempting again to become the oldest person to climb Mount Everest at the age of 86 died due to heart attack at Everest base Camp on Saturday evening May 6, 2017. His dead body was airlifted by fishtail air under the command of Caption Eric Ridington from Everest Base Camp in this early morning May 7, 2017 and sent to Teaching Hospital. Fishtail Air would like to express deep condolence to all sherchan’s family and relatives on the death of Sherchan. May his souls rest in peace. His saying was “My climb will demonstrate that age doesn’t stop you from realizing your goal.”

Sherchan‘s first record to climb Mount Everest was at the age of 76 on May 2008 and that record was broken by Japanese Climber (Yuichiro Miura) on 2013 at the age of 80. He headed up to Lukla from Kathmandu on April 2017 with Fishtail Air to regain his title as the oldest person to climb Everest once again. Mr Sherchan had left for the Everest base camp 30th April 2017, leading a seven-member team.

by: Sumit Shrestha

Ueli Steck’s remains airlifted by Fishtail Air!

Ueli steck was a famous swiss rock climber and mountaineer who won two Piolet d’Or, in 2009 and 2014. He is also famous for his speed records on the North Face trilogy in the Alps. He has won many awards regarding mountaineering in Nepal as well as in many countries.

He died on April 30, 2017 morning while attempting the west ridge route of Everest. He slipped away from west ridge of Everest and fell 100m down from west ridge of Everest. He was there without supplemental oxygen. His remains were airlifted by Fishtail Air from Everest base Camp I this morning under the command of Captain Maurizio Folini. Captain Maurizio flew over the Everest Base Camp and landed at Everest base Camp I and was able to bring his remains back to Kathmandu.