Agni Air Pvt. Ltd. (Nepali: अग्नि एयर प्रा. ली. - Agni Eyr Prā. Lī., or simply अग्नि एयर) was an airline based in Nepal which started operations in March 2006. It had its headquarters in Kathmandu. The airline ceased trading in November 2012.
Agni Air commenced operations on 16 March 2006 on the Lukla and Tumlingtar sectors with a single Dornier 228 and started flying to Biratnagar the next day. The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal granted Agni Air an air operators certificate, allowing it to operate scheduled flights, as well as mountain flights.
24 August 2010 – Agni Air Flight 101, a Dornier 228 (Registration: 9N-AHE), crashed after the crew decided to return and to divert to Simara Airport (VNSI/SIF) due to poor weather conditions at Kathmandu. News reports indicate that the airplane suffered a generator failure and ATC contact was lost around 7:30 am LT. 14 including 6 foreigners killed.
14 May 2012 – Agni Air Flight CHT, a Dornier 228 (Registration: 9N-AIG) en route to Jomsom airport (VNJS/JMO), 125 miles from its original location in Kathmandu, killing 15 of the 21 people on board.