MCA Airlines

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MCA Airlines
IATA
ICAO
MCA
Callsign
CALSON
Founded 2008
Hubs Stockholm-Arlanda Airport
Fleet size 4
Destinations 12
Headquarters Stockholm, Sweden
Key people Michael Carlsson (Chief Executive)
Website http://www.mcaairlines.com/

MCA Airlines was a scheduled airline based in Stockholm, Sweden. It declared bankruptcy on November 11, 2009.

In 2009, MCA Airlines took over Air Express Sweden.[1]

Destinations[edit]

MCA Airlines operated the following services (as of September 2009):[2]

Fleet[edit]

The MCA Airlines fleet included the following aircraft (as of June 2009):[3]

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