PMTair (Progress MulTi Air) was a Cambodian airline offering regularly scheduled domestic and international passenger and cargo services out of Phnom Penh International Airport.
PMTair was founded on 14 January 2003 and was owned by Progress Multitrade Co., Ltd. A certificate of airworthiness was issued by Cambodian Civil Aviation Authority on October 14, 2003.
The airline was dissolved in 2008,
Passengers disembark from a PMTair Antonov An-24 at Phnom Penh International Airport in September 2006.
Upon closure, PMTair served the following destinations:
PMTair suspended all domestic flights in the wake of the crash of PMTair Flight U4 241.
Incidents and accidents
- November 21, 2005 – a Yunshuji Y7-100C operated by PMTair left the runway when landing at Ban Lung, Ratanakiri and sheared a leg off its landing gear. Fifty-nine passengers and six crewmembers were aboard. There were no injuries. The aircraft was XU-072, leased from Royal Phnom Penh Airways, and formerly operated by President Airlines. As a result of this accident, United Nations personnel were barred from using the airline.
- June 25, 2007 – PMTair Flight U4 241, an Antonov An-24 with 16 passengers and six crew crashed in a mountainous jungle area of Kampot Province. The flight had departed Angkor International Airport and was heading for Sihanoukville International Airport, and disappeared from radar at around 10:40 a.m. local time (0340 GMT). Aboard were 13 South Koreans and three Czech passengers, and the crew of one Uzbekistani pilot and five Cambodians. Because of weather and rugged terrain, search-and-rescue crews took two days to find the crash site. No survivors were found.
The PMTair fleet included the following aircraft (as of 30 August 2008):
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