Monday, June 21, 2010

Mat Airways gets license

Mat gets the green light
Mat Airways has received the all clear from the Macedonian Civil Aviation Agency late last week to commence charter flights from Skopje and Ohrid. “The Agency has recognised our airline’s potential. With this certificate we will be able to commence operations, provide superior service to world class destinations and organise tour arraignments”, Darko Miličić, form the Metropolitan Investment Group (part owner of the airline with Kon Tiki Travel), said. Earlier last week it was announced that Mat would begin services by July 20 with the inaugural service to take place between Ohrid and Belgrade.

Mat’s Boeing B737-500 arrived in Skopje last week but it is still uncertain whether the airline will be called Mat Airways. Concerns have been raised that the new Mat might be in connection to the old MAT and as a result Kon Tiki might decide to change the airline’s name. It is suggested that the airline could be called Kon Tiki Sky.

14 comments:

  1. посакувам најдобро во новата македонска авиокомпанија.

    all the best to the new macedonian airline.

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  2. Good luck to MAT people and Macedonia! :)

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  3. I am really curious to see what livery it will have!
    DEfinetly a good addition to Belgrade!
    I still think that JU should sign a codeshare with them!

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  4. @Anonymous: It already has the same old MAT livery painted (without the MAT titles over the body).

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  11. By the way all the best to new MAT or what ever will be the name, anyway nice flag will stay on the tail :)
    All the best i hope we see them as soon with launches of regular flights, that will be just great!

    Regards

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