Midex Airlines

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Midex Airlines
Midex Logo.jpg
IATA ICAO Callsign
MG MIX MIDEXCARGO
Founded 2007
Ceased operations 2015
Hubs OMSJ - Sharjah International Airport
Fleet size 9
Destinations 17
Headquarters Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Key people Issam Khairallah (President)
Website http://www.midexairlines.com

Midex Airlines was a cargo airline based in the United Arab Emirates.[1] Licensed for both cargo and passenger services in 2007, the airline concentrates on scheduled cargo services. Passenger service never started. Scheduled cargo service has been operated from Al Ain to Paris ORY for few months and subsequently closed due to lack of freight.

Midex ended operations in 2015.

Destinations[edit]

Midex Airlines currently runs an ADHOC Cargo operation, mostly operating from Sharjah International Airport. Usual destinations included until May 2012:

  • Bagram AF Base, Kabul and Kandahar in Afghanistan (A300 and 747)
  • Karachi, Islamabad, Sialkot and Lahore in Pakistan (A300 and 747)
  • Yekaterinburg in Russia (A300)
  • Bergamo in Italia (A300)
  • Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Fujairah in the United Arab Emirates (A300 and 747)
  • Sana'a, Yemen (A300)
  • Shanghai, China (747)
  • Rio de Janeiro, Brasil (747)
  • Amsterdam, The Netherlands (747)
  • Frankfurt Hahn, Germany (747)
  • Ankara, Turkey (747)
  • Minsk, Belarus (747)

Only destination left from June 2012 is Kabul with B747.

Fleet[edit]

The Midex Airlines fleet includes (as of May 2012):[1]

Midex Airlines Fleet
Aircraft In Service Capacity Routes
Airbus A300B4-203F 0
Boeing 747-228F 0 110 Tonnes
Total 0

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Directory: World Airlines Part 3 (2009)". Flight International: 29–90. 2009-04-14. 

External links[edit]

http://theloadstar.co.uk/all-cargo-midex-airlines-folds-its-wings-while-court-backs-martinair-restructure/



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