10 Facts About Air Moldova


Air Moldova is the national airline of Moldova headquartered in Chisinau.

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Origin of Air Moldova can be traced to 19 September 1944, when the first unit of Po-2 transport aircraft arrived in Chisinau and the Moldovan Independent Squadron was established.

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Air Moldova joined the management team improvement program in 1999.

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On 13 July 2004, Air Moldova became an International Air Transport Association member.

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Air Moldova has passed the operation safety audit and received the IOSA operator certificate.

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In February 2015, Air Moldova ceased three routes to Bucharest, Kyiv and Sochi as the contract with Tandem Aero, which operated them on behalf of Air Moldova, was discontinued.

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Air Moldova operates flights to several European, Asian, and Middle Eastern metropolitan destinations from its base at Chisinau International Airport, as well as additional seasonal and charter flights to Greece, Montenegro, Spain, and Turkey.

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Air Moldova has codeshare agreements with the following airlines :.

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In June 2007, Air Moldova gave back an Airbus A320 to the lessor after 38 months of service.

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In February 2015, Air Moldova phased out their remaining single Embraer EMB-120 which was operated on lease by Tandem Aero.

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