New Axis Airways

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New Axis Airways
Axis Airways.png
IATA
9X
ICAO
AXY
Callsign
AXIS
Founded 2001
Ceased operations 7 December 2009
Hubs Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, Marseille Provence Airport
Fleet size 3
Destinations 9
Parent company ISF and Private Investors
Headquarters Marseille
Website http://www.fly-axis.com/

New Axis Airways was an airline based in Marseille, France. It operated domestic and international charter flights and cargo services on behalf of European clients. Its main bases were Marseille Provence Airport and Paris Charles de Gaulle.[1]

History[edit]

The airline was founded as Sinair in Grenoble. It was sold by Pan European Air Services to Axis Partners in June 2000. It was rebranded as Axis Airways in February 2001 and relocated from Grenoble to Marseille. It filed for bankruptcy in October 2006, before finding funding through a group of investors, including Arkia Israel Airlines. The owners are Etoile de La Valentine (26%), Arkia Israel Airlines (20%), Gamma Travel (13%), ISF (35%) and Sarah Tours (6%). It started operations in December 2006 and has 73 employees.[1] It was renamed into New Axis Airways in 2008.

The airline ceased operations on 7 December 2009.[2]

Axis Airways Boeing 757-200

Services[edit]

New Axis Airways operated services to[3]

Fleet[edit]

The New Axis Airways fleet consisted of the following aircraft (as of December 2009):[4]

  • 1 Boeing 737 400: F-GLXQ
  • 2 Boeing 737-800: F-GIRS, F-GZZA

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-03-27. p. 83. 
  2. ^ New Axis Airways a été liquidée
  3. ^ air-valid.co.uk
  4. ^ Axis Airways fleet

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