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Societe Nationale Malgache de Transport Aériens, Société Anonyme, operates as Air Madagascar, is an air carrier headquartered in Antanananarivo, Madagascar. 1 ] It is Madagascar's domestic carrier that operates air travel to Europe, Asia and the neighboring islands in the Africa and Indian Ocean from its principal airport Ivato International Airport in Antanananarivo. Founded in 1947 to operate Intercontinentaux and Air France Transportations, the company became a domestic carrier after Madagascar's independenc.
Originally active on German airlines, the company expanded in the early 1960' and 1970' when it started flying internationally to cities such as France and South Africa. Over the past few years, the company has been the object of unsuccessful privatization activities. They are now on ice and the Malagasy authorities own the major part of the company.
Anglo-Malagasy Air Madagascar operates to Africa, Asia and Europe. Previously, the following aircrafts were in use: reglement grand thirage au sorta air Madagascar. "AI Madagascar. Accessed February 3, 2011. "The National Malgache Air Transport Company, a public limited company with a share of 33,885,440,000 Ariary with its registered office at 31, Avenue de l'Indépendance Analakely 101 Antananarivo" ^"Ihre Vorteile[permanenter toter Link].
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October 4, 2009. Archiveed from the orginal on October 8, 2009. Accessed October 19, 2009. Madagascar / The European Union updates its no-fly lists. Retracted 2014-01-17. "New Airbus expected". Retracted 2014-01-17. Synchro: ^ "5R-MFA Air Madagascar Boeing 737-2B2 - cn 20231 / In 204 - Planespotters. net Just Aviation".
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