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Swiftair
Swiftair.jpg
IATA
W3
ICAO
SWT
Callsign
SWIFT
Founded 1986
Fleet size 29
Destinations
Headquarters Madrid, Spain
Key people
Website http://www.swiftair.com/
Swiftair ATR 72

Swiftair is an airline based in Madrid, Spain. It operates scheduled and charter, passenger and cargo flights in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. Its main base is Barajas International Airport, Madrid.

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History

The airline was founded in 1986. It wholly owns subsidiary Mediterranean Air Freight. Currently Swiftair is also a UN contractor with two MD-83 based in Khartoum (Sudan) for the United Nations Mission in Sudan.

Fleet

The Swiftair fleet consists of the following aircraft (at 15 October 2009) [1]:

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Aircraft orders

  • Swiftair has agreed to acquire three new ATR 72-500 aircraft for delivery between December 2007 and mid-2008. They will join 16 older ATR 42-200 aircraft already in service. The ATR fleet may be increased to 30 aircraft by 2010.[1]
  • Swiftair has also selected the Boeing 737-300F as the basis of its future European freighter fleet. The first aircraft was delivered in May 2007 on lease from AWAS.[1]

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References

  1. ^ a b "ATR 72 order for Swiftair". Airliner World: p. 6. July 2007.  

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