Marsland Aviation

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Marsland Aviation
Marsland Aviation logo.png
IATA ICAO Callsign
M7 MSL MARSLANDAIR
Founded 2001
Hubs Khartoum International Airport
Juba Airport
Frequent-flyer program Marsland Frequent Flyer Club
Alliance Jamah Group
Fleet size 3
Destinations 10
Headquarters Khartoum, Sudan
Key people El Rasheed A. Azim Ortashi
Website http://www.marsland-avi.com/
A Marsland Aviation Yak-42D at Khartoum.

Marsland Aviation was an airline based in Khartoum, Sudan. It suspended operations in November 2013.[1]

Destinations

As of December 2012, Marsland Aviations operated scheduled passenger flights to the following destinations:[2]

Fleet

The Marsland Aviation fleet consisted of the following aircraft (as of December 2012)

[3]
Marsland Aviation Fleet
Aircraft Total Passengers
(Business/Economy)
Notes
Tupolev Tu-134 1 operated for Dove Air Services
Boeing 737-200 1 operated by Sun Air (Sudan)
Yakovlev Yak-42D 1 8/100
Total 3

References

  1. ^ "Forex crunch forces Marsland to suspend ops, Lufthansa to axe Khartoum". ch-aviation. Retrieved 2017-09-03. 
  2. ^ Marsland Aviation destination list Archived 2007-07-23 at Archive.is
  3. ^ "Directory: World Airlines (2009)". Flight International: 41–87. 2009-03-31. 

External links

  • Marsland Aviation official website
  • Marsland Aviation Fleet


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