10 Facts About Martinair


Since 2011, Martinair has operated entirely as a cargo airline with scheduled services to 20 destinations worldwide and additional charter flights.

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In June 2007, Martinair announced that it wanted one shareholder, preferably KLM, and in 2008 permission was obtained from the European Commission.

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In November 2007, Martinair ceased its short-haul operations to concentrate on its cargo activities and intercontinental flights.

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In October 2011, Martinair ceased passenger service, which it had operated since its founding in 1958.

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Martinair had passenger service throughout Europe, the Americas, Asia, and Africa from Amsterdam.

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Martinair has its head office in the TransPort Building, Schiphol East, on the grounds of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Haarlemmermeer, Netherlands.

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Martinair moved to its current head office on Friday 4 June 2010.

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Martinair Flight Academy was a flight academy that was based at Lelystad Airport for both private pilot training and airline transport pilot training.

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Additionally, Martinair operates the Regional Jet Center, a technical service center for aircraft maintenance.

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Martinair ended its additional passenger operations in October 2011 after 53 years of service.

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