|Hubs||Presidente Nicolau Lobato International Airport|
|Focus cities||Denpasar, Singapore|
|Headquarters||Dili, East Timor|
Air Timor (Air Timor S.A.) is East Timor's only operating airline company, providing regular scheduled services from Dili to Singapore and Dili to Bali under separate charter arrangements. As of May 2015 it has no aircraft under its own registry. The airline has been said to have a defined strategy to become East Timor’s International and Domestic Airline.
The airline is registered as a public stock holding company (in East Timor) and has numerous domestic public investors. The Board of Directors comprises three Timorese representatives, including the Chairman, and one Australian and Singapore director each. The head office of Air Timor is located at Dili International Airport, and an administrative and operational office has been established at Changi International Airport, with a representative office in Perth, Western Australia.
Prior to operating in Timor-Leste Air Timor first commenced its corporate life as charter airline under the name Austasia Airlines, operating charters between Australia and Indonesia from 2001 until 2007. In 2007 it relocated to East Timor, and Austasia Airlines was registered there as well as in Singapore. Following approval from the Timorese Government, Austasia Airlines commenced its first scheduled charter flights from Singapore to Dili in August 2008, operating a twice weekly schedule on Tuesday and Saturday with a wet-leased Airbus A319 aircraft from SilkAir. In late 2009 they commenced flying 3 Days a week on the SIN-DIL-SIN route.
In 2010 Austasia Airlines lodged its application to become a national company and change its name to Air Timor S. A., which was approved by the East Timor government.
In Oct 2014 they commenced operations from Bali, Indonesia direct to Dili, under another charter operation.
Since 2010 there have been discussions for domestic flight operations using a Cessna Grand Caravan EX 208B to serve domestic airfields also.
One of the key objectives of the company is to train, educate and employ Timorese people in all facets of the Aviation Industry, and play a strong role in developing tourism in East Timor.
|East Timor||Dili||Presidente Nicolau Lobato International Airport||Hub|
|East Timor||Suai||Suai Airport||Terminated|
|Indonesia||Denpasar||Ngurah Rai International Airport||Terminated|
|Indonesia||Kupang||El Tari Airport||Terminated|
|Indonesia||Yogyakarta||Yogyakarta International Airport||Terminated|
|Papua New Guinea||Port Moresby||Jacksons Airport||Terminated|
|Philippines||Manila||Ninoy Aquino International Airport||Terminated|
|Portugal||Lisbon||Lisbon International Airport||Terminated|
|Taiwan||Taipei||Taoyuan International Airport||Terminated|