MAP Jet

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MAP Jet
MAPjetlogo.png
IATA ICAO Callsign
AQ MPJ MAPJET
Founded February 2002
Hubs Vienna International Airport
Fleet size 10
Headquarters Vienna, Austria
Key people Peter Fiers (CEO)
Website commonsky.eu mapjet.biz

MAP Jet was renamed Common Sky in 2012.[1] The company is Austrian.

The company had "not launched scheduled operations under the Austriair (Vienna) brand" in the spring of 2010.[2]

MAP Jet offers[citation needed] aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance (ACMI) services as well as business jets for all charter categories.

Overview[edit]

In January 2010 MAP Jet founded Austriair. A new Airline based on Vienna International Airport with three Embraer 195 on route Vienna - Frankfurt.[3] In April 2010 they revoke the project Austriair.[4]

Other current subsidiaries of MAP Jet are map Management + Planning GmbH and map Executive Flight Service GmbH.

Fleet[edit]

MAP Jet Bombardier Challenger

The Common Sky fleet has three Geschäftsreiseflugzeug, as of July 2013.[5]

The MAP Jet fleet had as of March 1, 2009:[6][7]

  • 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

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External links[edit]

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