|Hubs||Malabo International Airport|
|Headquarters||Malabo, Equatorial Guinea|
|Key people||Andreas Kaïafas, CEO |
Cronos Airlines is a regional airline headquartered in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea. Cronos Airlines is a passenger and cargo carrier based at Malabo International Airport in Equatorial Guinea. It operates a service in Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon, Benin and Nigeria.
Cronos Air was founded in 2007 by its CEO, Andreas Kaïafas. It started operations in 2008, Cronos was created in 2008, with a small 19-seater and a license to operate for six months. It was a provisional license. They came back with a 30-seater at the end of 2009 and by July 2010 they had a 92-seater, the BA-146, which was operating in Germany before with Eurowings. They later acquired a second 98-seater and a 'certificado de transporte aéreo' (air transport certificate).
Cronos Airlines operates the following services (as of 19 February 2016[update]):
- Equatorial Guinea
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Cronos Airlines has previously operated the following aircraft:
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