A "Yiddish" kite is a special kite that is shaped like a huge piece of kishke and has the words, "Ah Gitten Shabbess" (In Yiddish) on it. Assuming that there is an Eruv, would one be allowed to fly the Yiddish kite on Shabbess?
As you know in Yiddish-kite nothing is simple. First there are those who hold of the Eruv and there are those that do not. Then there is a question of Eidel-kite. Is it Eidel to fly a kite? Then there is a question of Kishke as it brings some to a stomach Krank-kite. Thus the best thing to do in such a situation is to ask a non Jew to do a Shain-kite and please fly the kite until Shabbos is over.