Asia Avia Airlines

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Asia Avia Airlines
IATA
ICAO
AVT
Callsign
Asiavia
Founded 2003
Commenced operations 2003
Ceased operations 2006
Operating bases Polonia International Airport, Medan, Indonesia
Fleet size two Fokker F27 Friendships
Destinations
Parent company PT Asia Avia Megamata
Headquarters Jakarta, Indonesia

Asia Avia Airlines (Asia Avia Megatama P.T.) was an airline based in Jakarta, Indonesia. It operated scheduled domestic passenger services from Malacca to Pekan Baru and Jambi, using a fleet of two Fokker F27 Friendship aircraft. Its main base was Polonia International Airport, Medan.[1]

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Asia Avia Airlines was established and started operations in 2003. It was wholly owned by PT Asia Avia Megamata.[1] In 2006, all flight operations were suspended and the licence was withdrawn.[3] In February 2007, the Transportation Ministry delayed the license revocation of 11 idle airlines, including Asia Avia Airlines, to give restructuring opportunities to the operators,[4] which did not materialize, though.

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