Air Madagascar destinations

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Air Madagascar Boeing 767-300; 5R-MFJ@BKK;30.07.2011 613ae (6041770225).jpg
An Air Madagascar Boeing 767-300ER on short final to Suvarnabhumi Airport in 2011.

Air Madagascar was established as Madair on 1 January 1962 (1962-01-01) by Air France and the original 1947-formed Air Madagascar —subsidiary of Transports Aériens Intercontinentaux (TAI) at that time[1] when it took over the domestic routes operated by these two airlines.[2] Air France and Air Madagascar initially had a 44% and 36% stake in Madair, respectively, while the Malagasy government held the balance.[3] On 20 October 1961,[4] intercontinental services were started, flying a weekly TananariveDjiboutiNice–Paris service using a DC-7 leased from TAI.[5]

Madair changed its name to Air Madagascar in 1963.[6] That year, a regional service to the Comoro Islands was launched using DC-4 equipment. An agreement with Air France permitted the company to start Boeing 707 flights to Paris via Djibouti; they commenced in July 1964 (1964-07). Johannesburg was made part of the route network on 6 August 1967.[4]

By March 1970 (1970-03), the carrier operated an extensive domestic network plus regional routes to the Comoro Islands, Johannesburg and Réunion Island and a weekly intercontinental 707 service to Paris via Djibouti and Marseille.[7] Thirty years later, Dzaoudzi, Johannesburg, Mauritius, Moroni, Nairobi, Paris, Rome, Singapore and St. Denis de la Reunion comprised the international list of destinations, whereas Ambanja, Ambatomainty, Ambatondrazaka, Analalava, Ankavandra, Antalaha, Antsalova, Antsiranana, Antsohihy, Belo, Besalampy, Farafangana, Fianarantsoa, Fort Dauphin, Mahanoro, Maintirano, Majunga, Mampikony, Manakara, Mananara, Mananjary, Mandritsara, Manja, Maroansetra, Miandrivazo, Morafenobe, Morombe, Morondava, Nossi-Be, Port Berge, Sambava, Soalala, Ste Marie, Tamatave, Tambohorano, Tsaratanana, Tsiroanomandidy, Tulear, Vatomandry and Vohemar made up the domestic route network.[8] Air Madagascar launched flights to Guangzhou on 6 July 2009.[9]

Following is a list destinations served by the carrier as part of its scheduled services, as of December 2013.[10] Each entry below is provided with the country and the name of the airport served. Terminated destinations are also listed.

List[edit]

Country City Airport Notes Refs
China Guangzhou Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport [10]
Comoros Anjouan Ouani Airport [10]
Comoros Moroni Prince Said Ibrahim International Airport [10]
Djibouti Djibouti Djibouti-Ambouli International Airport Terminated [11]
France Marseille Marseille Provence Airport [10]
France Nice Nice Côte d'Azur Airport Terminated [5]
France Paris Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport [10]
Germany Munich Munich Airport Terminated [12]
Italy Milan Malpensa Airport Terminated [13]
Italy Rome Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport Terminated [8]
Kenya Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International Airport [10]
Madagascar Ambanja Ambanja Airport Terminated [8]
Madagascar Ambatomainty Ambatomainty Airport [10]
Madagascar Ambatondrazaka Ambatondrazaka Airport Terminated [8]
Madagascar Ambilobe Ambilobe Airport Terminated [12]
Madagascar Analalava Analalava Airport Terminated [8]
Madagascar Andriamena Andriamena Airport Terminated [12]
Madagascar Ankavandra Ankavandra Airport [10]
Madagascar Antalaha Antsirabato Airport [10]
Madagascar Antananarivo Ivato International Airport Hub [10]
Madagascar Antsalova Antsalova Airport [10]
Madagascar Antsiranana Arrachart Airport [10]
Madagascar Antsohihy Ambalabe Airport Terminated [8]
Madagascar Belo sur Tsiribihina Belo sur Tsiribihina Airport [10]
Madagascar Besalampy Besalampy Airport [10]
Madagascar Boriziny Port Bergé Airport Terminated [8]
Madagascar Farafangana Farafangana Airport [10]
Madagascar Fianarantsoa Fianarantsoa Airport Terminated [8]
Madagascar Mahajanga Amborovy Airport [10]
Madagascar Maintirano Maintirano Airport [10]
Madagascar Mampikony Mampikony Airport Terminated [8]
Madagascar Manakara Manakara Airport Terminated [8]
Madagascar Mananjary Mananjary Airport [10]
Madagascar Mandritsara Mandritsara Airport Terminated [8]
Madagascar Manja Manja Airport [10]
Madagascar Maroantsetra Maroantsetra Airport [10]
Madagascar Miandrivazo Miandrivazo Airport Terminated [8]
Madagascar Morafenobe Morafenobe Airport [10]
Madagascar Morombe Morombe Airport [10]
Madagascar Morondava Morondava Airport [10]
Madagascar Nosy Be Fascene Airport [10]
Madagascar Sainte-Marie Sainte Marie Airport [10]
Madagascar Sambava Sambava Airport [10]
Madagascar Soalala Soalala Airport [10]
Madagascar Tambohorano Tambohorano Airport Terminated [8]
Madagascar Tolagnaro Tôlanaro Airport [10]
Madagascar Toamasina Toamasina Airport [10]
Madagascar Toliara Toliara Airport [10]
Madagascar Tsaratanana Tsaratanana Airport Terminated [8]
Madagascar Tsiroanomandidy Tsiroanomandidy Airport [10]
Madagascar Vatomandry Vatomandry Airport Terminated [8]
Madagascar Vohemar Vohemar Airport Terminated [8]
Mauritius Port Louis Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport [10]
Mayotte Dzaoudzi Dzaoudzi Pamandzi International Airport [10]
Réunion Saint-Denis Roland Garros Airport [10]
Réunion Saint-Pierre Pierrefonds Airport Terminated [citation needed]
Seychelles Mahé Seychelles International Airport Terminated [12]
Singapore Singapore Singapore Changi Airport Terminated [8]
South Africa Johannesburg OR Tambo International Airport [10]
Switzerland Zurich Zurich Airport Terminated [11]
Thailand Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport [10]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The World's airlines – Air Madagascar". Flight International 81 (2770): 553. 12 April 1962. Archived from the original on 5 December 2013. 
  2. ^ "Madagascar's New Airline". Flight International: 162. 1 February 1962. Archived from the original on 20 January 2013. Retrieved 20 January 2013. 
  3. ^ "THE WORLD'S AIRLINES – Madair" (pdf). Flight International: 570. 12 April 1962. Retrieved 18 August 2011. 
  4. ^ a b Guttery (1998), p. 113.
  5. ^ a b "AIR COMMERCE..." (pdf). Flight International: 772. 17 May 1962. Retrieved 18 August 2011. "This DC-7C is leased from the French independent TAI by Madair, the recently formed flag carrier of the Republic of Madagascar. It is used to operate a once-weekly Paris-Nice-Djibouti-Tananarive service" 
  6. ^ "AIR COMMERCE... – Madair No More" (pdf). Flight International: 8. 3 January 1963. Retrieved 18 August 2011. "The Madagascan airline Madair has changed its name to Air Madagascar." 
  7. ^ "World airlines 1970 – Air Madagascar (Société National Malgache de Transports Aériens)". Flight International 97 (3185): 469. 26 March 1970. Archived from the original on 19 October 2013. 
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q "World Airline Directory – Air Madagascar" (pdf). Flight International 157 (4722): 62. 4 April 2000 – 10 April 2000. ISSN 0015-3710. Archived from the original on 7 December 2013. 
  9. ^ "Air Madagascar inaugurates Guangzhou route". Airline Route. 7 July 2009. Archived from the original on 11 December 2013. 
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak "Programme de vols" [Schedules]. Air Madagascar (in French). Retrieved 5 December 2013. 
  11. ^ a b "Air Madagascar (Société Nationale Malgache de Transports Aériens)" (pdf). Flight International: 59. 24 March 1993 – 30 March 1993. Retrieved 14 July 2011. 
  12. ^ a b c d "World Airline Directory – Air Madagascar" (pdf). Flight International: 42. 1 April 1998 – 7 April 1998. Retrieved 12 July 2011. 
  13. ^ "Air Madagascar 2008 Long-Haul Schedule". Airline Route. 11 March 2008. Archived from the original on 11 December 2013. 

Bibliography[edit]

  • Guttery, Ben R. (1998). Encyclopedia of African Airlines. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc. ISBN 0-7864-0495-7.