Lotus Air (Egypt)

Ceased Operations on 11-Feb-2011
IATA: n/a
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Country/Territory: Egypt


Lotus Air was a charter airline based at Cairo International Airport, Egypt. The airline commenced operations in 1998, and the airline's main businesses are charter operations, ad-hoc flights, ACMI operation, damp lease, technical services, ground handling and crew training. The airline also had operational bases at holidays destinations including Sharm El-Sheikh, Hardugah and Luxor. It ceased operations in Feb-2011, due the repossession of its aircraft. Lotus Air operated a fleet of A320 aircraft.

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