Avitrans

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Avitrans
Avitranslogo.png
IATA
2Q
ICAO
ETS
Callsign
EXTRANS
Founded 2004
Ceased operations 2010
Hubs Växjö Airport
Fleet size 12
Headquarters Stockholm, Sweden
Website http://www.avitrans.se/

Avitrans was a charter airline based in Stockholm, Sweden. It operated ad hoc passenger and cargo charters, as well as wet-leasing aircraft to other carriers. It started operations in 2004 and had 70 employees. Its main base was Växjö Airport.[1] A large portion of their flights was performed for the travel organiser and partial owner Sverigeflyg, with brand names Blekingeflyg, FlySmåland, Gotlandsflyg, Kalmarflyg, Kullaflyg, and Sundsvallsflyg.

The company was closed at 2010.

Fleet[edit]

The Avitrans fleet included the following aircraft (as of 31 March 2009) [1]:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-03-27. p. 83. 

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