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EuroAir was an airline based in Athens, Greece. It operated business charter flights using its own and wet leased aircraft. Its main base was Athens International Airport. EuroAir ceased operations when it had its AOC suspended on 16 March 2009.
The airline was established and started operations in 1995. Operations began with air taxi, charter flights, helicopter flights and air ambulance services. EuroAir ceased operations when it had its AOC suspended on 16 March 2009.
In 2007 it operated an MD-83 on behalf of On Air (Pescara) on twice-weekly services from Pescara to Brussels Charleroi, Bucharest Otopeni, Heraklion, Paris CDG and Split
EuroAir operated the following:
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