Eurex Airlines

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Eurex Airlines
IATA
ICAO
URX[1]
Callsign
Founded 2009
Ceased operations 2011
Operating bases Tbilisi International Airport
Fleet size 1
Headquarters Istanbul, Turkey
Website www.eurexairlines.com (defunct)

Eurex Airlines, also known as Eurex Cargo, was a cargo airline from Georgia with its headquarters in Istanbul, Turkey, that offerd ad hoc flights out of Tbilisi International Airport.[1] It was founded in 2009[1] and (in January 2011) operated only one freighter aircraft, a 26 years old Boeing 747-200F.[2] In February 2011, the aircraft left the fleet and the company was shut down.[2]

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