Ten Airways

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Ten Airways
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Website tenairways.com

Ten Airways is a charter airline that has launched its operations in 2009, as a successor of JeTran Air. They now operate two MD-82s and three MD-83s, some of which had previously belonged to the now-bankrupt Medallion Air.[1]

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