Maxair (airline)

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Commenced operations 1996
Ceased operations 2005
Headquarters Malmö, Sweden
For the pharmaceutical sold as Maxair, see Pirbuterol.

Maxair was an airline based at Malmö in Sweden. It was formed as an air-taxi operation in 1996,[1] and started scheduled operations in September 1998.[2] It operated two Fairchild Metroliners and two Jetstream 32s. The airline ceased operations in 2005.[citation needed]


  1. ^ Nilsson, Göran A (21 April 2005). "Maxair tar över linje efter Skyways". Sydsvenskan. Retrieved 8 March 2013. 
  2. ^ Endres, Günter (3–9 April 2001). "World Airline 2001: Part 3: M to Z: MaxAir". Flight International. Vol. 159 no. 4774. p. 44.