MAT Macedonian Airlines

MAT Macedonian Airlines

airline=MAT "Macedonian" Airlines| logo=MAT Macedonian Airlines logo.png| logo_size=211| IATA=INICAO=MAK
headquarters=Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
key_people=Bojan Sodnik (General Director)
hubs=Skopje Airport
focus_cities=Ohrid Airport
fleet_size=4 (+2 orders)

MAT "Macedonian Airlines" "(Macedonian: Македонски Авио Транспорт, Latinic: Makedonski Avio Transport)" is the national flag carrier airline of the Republic of Macedonia, based in Skopje. It operates scheduled services between Skopje and Ohrid and several destinations in Europe. Its main base is Skopje Airport.cite news | title= Directory: World Airlines | work= Flight International | page= 46 | date= 2007-04-10]


The airline was established on 16 January 1994 and started operations on 23 June 1994 flying from Skopje to Zürich using a Boeing 737-200. Until 2000.

Mat purchased its first own aircraft ( CRJ 900 )in April 2006 and there are two more to be delivered (options).

Presently they are purchasing two 737-500, of which one was delivered end of July 2008 and one will be delivered in August 2008.

In 2000 the Government of Republic of Macedonia signed an agreement with MAT that gave MAT the status of National flag carrier for the following 10 years. The management team from MAT had brought new management to help the airline with new aircraft orders and airline restructuring.

Mat- Macedonian Airlines is a share holding private Company, owned by two major stockholders Živko Gruevski (48.43%) and Zlatko Petrovski (48.43%). Mat - Macedonian Airlines has a codeshare agreement with Swiss Int Airlines to Zurich and with Austrian Airlines to Vienna.Macedonian Airlines is the flag carrier of Macedonia and is the only airline in Macedonia.


As of January 2008, MAT "Macedonian" Airlines offers direct flights to the following destinations: [ [ MAT "Macedonian" Airlines destinations] ]

* Austria
** Vienna (Vienna International Airport)
* Germany
** Berlin (Berlin-Schönefeld International Airport)
** Düsseldorf (Düsseldorf International Airport)
** Hamburg (Hamburg Airport)
* Netherlands
** Amsterdam (Schiphol)
* Italy
** Rome (Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport)
** Catania (Catania-Fontanarossa Airport)
* Macedonia
** Ohrid (Ohrid Airport)
** Skopje (Skopje Airport)
* Switzerland
** Zürich (Zürich International Airport)
* Turkey
** Antalya (Antalya International Airport)
** Istanbul (Atatürk International Airport)
* Spain
** Palma de Mallorca (Son Sant Joan Airport)

Previous Destinations

* Denmark
** Copenhagen (Copenhagen Airport)
* France
** Paris (Charles de Gaulle International Airport)
* Serbia
** Belgrade (Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport)
* Sweden
** Gothenburg (Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport)


As of 21 September 2008 the MAT "Macedonian" Airlines fleet includes [ [ MAT MAcedonian Airlines fleet] ] :

As of 10 July 2008, the average age of the MAT "Macedonian" Airlines fleet is 6.7 years ( [] ).

Aircraft Orders

MAT "Macedonian" Airlines took delivery of its Bombardier CRJ-900 on April 13, 2006. In addition the contract with Bombardier also included conditional orders for two additional CRJ900. The list price value for the delivered aircraft was approximately $25 million US. [ [ - Press release - Bombardier Aerospace - direct/ Bombardier Aerospace: "Macedonian" Airlines Takes Delivery of Bombardier CRJ900 Airliner ] ]


External links

* [ MAT Macedonian Airlines]

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