|Hubs||Vienna International Airport|
|Key people||Peter Fiers (CEO)|
The company had "not launched scheduled operations under the Austriair (Vienna) brand" in the spring of 2010.
In January 2010 MAP Jet founded Austriair. A new Airline based on Vienna International Airport with three Embraer 195 on route Vienna - Frankfurt. In April 2010 they revoke the project Austriair.
Other current subsidiaries of MAP Jet are map Management + Planning GmbH and map Executive Flight Service GmbH.
The Common Sky fleet has three Geschäftsreiseflugzeug, as of July 2013.
- 1 Citation Sovereign
- 1 Learjet 45
- 1 Beechcraft 390 (Premier 1A)
- 1 Challenger 600-2B16 (Challenger 604)
- 1 Challenger 300
- 1 Citation CJ 2+
- 1 Premier 1A
- 1 Citation XLS
- 1 Challenger 850
- 1 Citation CJ 2
- Austrian Newspaper Archived 2010-05-11 at the Wayback Machine.
- Der Standard Austrian newspaper (German)
- austrocontrol.at - Behördliches Luftfahrzeugregister abgerufen am 19. Juli 2013
- Map Jet Official Website
- Amateur Fleet List
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