Alexandria Airlines

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Alexandria Airlines
Alexandria Airlines logo.png
IATA
XH
ICAO
KHH
Callsign
Founded 2006; 8 years ago (2006)
Hubs Cairo International Airport
Secondary hubs Alexandria International Airport
Fleet size 2
Headquarters Cairo, Egypt
Key people Hany Osman (CEO)
Website http://www.alexandriaairlines.com/

Alexandria Airlines is an airline based in Egypt operating passenger charters and offers wet-leasing services. The airline is headquarters at Cairo.

History & Operations[edit]

The airline was established in August 2006 through a co-operation with Jordan Aviation.

The airline initially operated charter services connecting Egypt to Europe and Jordan before briefly operating a limited number of scheduled flights from Alexandria International Airport to the Gulf and Middle East.

Since 2009, the airline has wet leased its sole Boeing 737 aircraft to Sudan's Marsland Aviation where it operates from Khartoum Airport to various African and Sudanese cities.

Destinations[edit]

The airline operates a mixture of domestic and international charter flights, however as of 2010, the airline's sole aircraft is being leased to Marsland Aviation.

Fleet[edit]

The Alexandria Airlines fleet consists of the following aircraft (at June 2010):

Alexandria Airlines Fleet
Aircraft In
Service
Orders Passengers
Boeing 737-300 1 0 148
Boeing 737-500 1 0 121
Total 2

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