Tamir Airways

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Tamir Airways
IATA ICAO Callsign
Hubs Sde Dov Airport
Secondary hubs Rosh Pina Airport
Fleet size 2
Destinations 2
Headquarters Tel Aviv, Israel
Key people Udi Tamir, CEO
Website www.tamir-air.co.il

Tamir Airways is an airline based in Tel Aviv, Israel. It operated domestic scheduled and air taxi flights from Sde Dov Airport, Tel Aviv to Rosh Pina Airport (Rosh Pina) as well as owning the rights to fly to the defunct, Kiryat Shmona Airport.[1][2] Tamir Airways operates private international charter services from Sde Dov Airport and Ben Gurion International Airport, Tel Aviv to Europe and Mediterranean area. On May 17, 2007, the airline announced that it would be stopping its scheduled domestic services due to a dispute with the Transport Ministry.[3]


The Tamir Airways fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of April 2008):

Tamir Airways Fleet
Aircraft Total Notes
BAe Jetstream 32 1
BAe Jetstream 31 1
PA-31-310 Navajo 1


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