Air Martinique

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Air Martinique
Societé Nouvelle Air Martinique
Founded 1974
Commenced operations 1974
Ceased operations 2000
Headquarters Fort-de-France, Martinique

Air Martinique (IATA: NNICAO: MTQCall sign: Martinique) was an airline based in the island of Martinique in the Lesser Antilles. Its head office was on the grounds of Fort-de-France Airport, now Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport, in Le Lamentin.[1][2]

Company history[edit]

Air Martinique was founded in 1974 as Compagnie Antillaise d'Affretments Aériens-CAAA. The official operating name from the early 1980s was Societé Nouvelle Air Martinique.

In July 2000, Air Martinique was merged with Air Guadeloupe, Air St Barthélémy and Air St Martin to form Air Caraïbes.[3]

Cities served[edit]

Cities served in 1997[3]

Historical fleet details[edit]

Air Martinique Sud Aviation Caravelle at Barbados Airport in 1980.


  1. ^ "World Airline Directory." Flight International. 31 March 1984. [1].
  2. ^ "World Airline Directory." Flight International. 17–23 March 1999. 43. "Aéroport du Lamentin, Fort de France, 97232, Martinique"
  3. ^ a b North American Airlines Handbook published by Airways International Inc 1997

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