Genex

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Genex
IATA ICAO Callsign
- GNX AEROGENEX
Founded 1997
Hubs Minsk National Airport
Fleet size 2
Destinations 2
Headquarters Minsk, Belarus
Website genex.by

Genex Limited is a Belarusian cargo airline headquartered in Minsk and based at Minsk National Airport.

History[edit]

Genex was registered in 1997 on the territory of Minsk National Airport as a customs agency and a transport-expediting enterprise dealing with international transportations both by automobile and air transport. In June 2003, the company’s management made up a decision about further development as an airline. The first An-2 aircraft was purchased that further on operated flights for geomagnetic survey, as well as parachute assault and aeronautic chemical activities. In 2006 the company started to operate international cargo flights by An-26B.

Destinations[edit]

As of March 2015, Genex serves the following regular cargo destinations and also operates additional charter freight operations throughout Europe and the CIS:

 Belarus
 Czech Republic
 Poland

Fleet[edit]

The Genex fleet includes the following aircraft as of March 2015:

Genex Ltd Fleet
Aircraft In fleet Stored Registration numbers
Antonov An-26B 2 EW-259TG, EW-328TG
Total 2

Over the years, Genex also operated Let L-410 Turbolet and Antonov An-2 aircraft which both meanwhile have been retired.

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External links[edit]

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