Air Sofia

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Air Sofia
IATA
CT
ICAO
SFB
Callsign
AIR SOFIA [1]
Founded 1992
Commenced operations 11 February 1992
Ceased operations 5 March 2007
Operating bases Sofia Airport
Fleet size 8
Destinations Charters
Headquarters Sofia, Bulgaria
Website www.airsofia.com

Air Sofia was an airline based in Sofia, Bulgaria. It operated charter flights to destinations in Europe, Africa, the Far East, South America and the Middle East. It also leased and wet leased aircraft to other airlines. Its main base was Sofia Airport.[2]

Since 6 August 2008 Air Sofia's established Flight Training Organization FTO, according JAR-FCL. Nowadays Air Sofia conducts flight trainings for PPL, CPL, ATPL, MCC.

History[edit]

The airline was established in 1992 and started operations on 11 February 1992. It is owned by Georgi Ivanov (Managing Director) and Lilian Todorov (President). It employs 150 staff (at March 2007). On March 5, 2007 Bulgaria prohibited five Bulgarian carriers including Air Sofia. The airline relocated to Serbia under a new name, United International Airlines.

Fleet[edit]

Air Sofia Antonov An-12BP

At January 2005 the airline operated:[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Airline Codes
  2. ^ Flight International 27 March 2007

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