Montair will be partly owned by a Bulgarian company. The airline plans to become Macedonia’s answer to Croatia’s Dubrovnik Airline. It plans to operate charter flights with small aircraft and even plans to hire employees from Dubrovnik Airline.
The Macedonian Civil Aviation Directorate (ACV) has confirmed that two airlines are seeking flight permits although they did not wish to name the airlines. They say that it takes 90 days for an airline to receive a license, during which the ACV checks the airline’s financial and technical statements. Unofficial sources claim that another airline, Aeromak, will be launched soon. Sources suggest that the airline will perform promotional flights within the next 2 months. Aeromak was registered as an airline operator in 1999 and 49% of shares are owned by Serbia’s Jat Airways.
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