Moldavian Airlines

Ceased Operations on 01-Feb-2014
ICAO: n/a
Country/Territory: Moldova


Moldavian Airlines was an airline based in Chisinau, Moldova. Commencing service in 1994, the airline was Moldova's first privately-owned airline, offering service between Chisinau and Domodedovo Airport in Moscow. Moldavian operated scheduled and charter service to destinations in Hungary, Romania, Türkiye and Portugal with a fleet of Fokker 100 and Saab 2000 aircraft. It ceased operations in 2014, not long after parent operator Carpatair filed for insolvency.

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