Karthago Airlines was a privately owned airline based in Tunis, Tunisia, operating scheduled charter flights to Europe. Its main base was in Djerba-Zarzis Airport, but most of the flights were out of Tunis-Carthage International Airport.
The airline was established in 2001 and was owned by the Karthago Group (58 percent) and banks, insurers and tour trade investors (42 percent). The company had a stake in Egyptian airline KoralBlue Airlines, which was based at Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport.
For the winter season 2010/11, Karthago Airlines was contracted to serve the following destinations on a regular, scheduled basis:
As of January 2011, the Karthago Airlines fleet consisted of only one aircraft, a 21 year-old Boeing 737-300, which was equipped with 148 passenger seats in an all-economy class cabin layout.