Yeti Airlines is the 13th Most Dangerous in the World; Avoid In the past decade Yeti Airlines has had a handful of incidents resulting in the deaths of over thirty passengers and crew as well as destroying a couple of aircrafts. They do boast the highest on time performance of any airline in Nepal though and offer beverages and snacks on flights. And: The World’s 13 Most Dangerous Airlines - EscapeHere Tara Air, a subsidiary of Yeti Air (previously mentioned) is a newly formed airline being established in 2009 and uses the Yeti Air fleet. With its main hub at the Tribhuvan International Airport this airline operates the short take off and landing services, focusing on remote and mountainous airports and landing strips. This small fleet of 8 aircraft earned its one star from being FAA approved. The safety record of Tara Air, to put it gently, is not good. In the years 2010 and 2011 there were three incidents that resulted in 22 deaths of passengers and crew. And: Nepal Airlines and Tara Air both came bottom in a report by Australian review site AirlineRatings.com alongside Afghan airline Kam Air (above) and SCAT Airlines in Kazakhstan Read more: Ranking of world's most dangerous airlines includes troubled AirAsia | Daily Mail Online Just something to keep in mind.