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Aer Maltrópa
IATA
AM
Callsign
AERMALTROPA
FoundedAugust 4, 1937 (1937-08-04)
Commenced operations1940
Hubs
Secondary hubs
Fleet size450
Destinations86
Company sloganOn the Wings of Success
HeadquartersCorcaigh Nua, Maltropia
Key peopleVincent Burton, CEO
Website: www.aer-maltropa.mtr

Aer Maltrópa is the flag carrier of Maltropia, where it is also the largest airline company, operating hundreds of routes throughout the region of Paradoxia. It is the oldest airline in Maltropia, having been founded in 1937. The airline is a founding member of the International Air Transport Association and a member of Skyteam.

In the business year 2011-2012, an estimated 76 million passengers flew Aer Maltrópa. At present, Aer Maltrópa operates international routes from four major hubs within the Maltropian Empire - Corcaigh Nua, Sráid-bhó, Eochaill and Argensborough - and from three overseas hubs.


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FleetEdit

Aer Maltrópa has an extensive fleet of aircraft, sourced from a wide range of international suppliers. All are specially painted in the airline's distinctive livery, sporting a white underside and wings, black stripe along the side, and red upper-half and tail-fin.

The airline's current international fleet consists of:

  • 45 x Genesis GA-7 Mystics, produced by Genesis Aerosystems
  • 55 aircraft produced by Los Rios Aerospace:
    • 30 x M565 Aspire
    • 10 x M575 Esperanza
    • 15 x MR-SST supersonic airliners
  • 35 aircraft produced by Monteluci Aeronautica:
  • 25 x RS L500s, produced by Royal Sun Aerospace Corporation
  • 100 aircraft produced by Streamline Aerocrafts:
    • 35 x Streamline C570 V
    • 20 x Streamline C670-LR V
    • 20 x Streamline C770-LLR V
    • 10 x Streamline C870-LLR
    • 15 x Streamline C970 V

DestinationsEdit

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