After it was revealed that Malta MedAir will be flying on behalf of Libyan
”paper airline” MedSky , MAviO News is now reliably informed that the highest
echelons at the Maltese charter carrier have managed to bag yet another ACMI
contract, this time flying an Airbus A320 out of Antalya on behalf of Turkish
carrier Corendon Airlines.
Swiss airline intelligence provider ch-aviation had already revealed that
GetJet would be leasing two aircraft to Corendon. Airlines After stints in the
Balkan region, this will be the first time that Malta MedAir would be flying
out of the largest Turkish city on the Mediterranean coast. MAviO News has
confirmed with sources very close to the airline’s head office at the Luqa
AviationPark, that the Maltese ACMI provider will be adding a third Airbus
A320ceo to its fleet registered 9H-MMO.
As the charter market continues to show signs of recovery, it is likely that
more airlines would scramble for ”capacity providers” for the upcoming summer
season that looks very promising.
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