Tair Airways

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Founded October 2006
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Headquarters Makati City, Philippines
Key people Eng. Fawzi Ali Bundugji
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Tair Airways is a company duly organized and registered with the Security and Exchange Commission, Republic of the Philippines.

After over two months of deliberation at the Civil Aeronautics Board regarding the intent to operate as an Unscheduled International Carrier, They finally obtained a Temporary Operator’s Permit last October 27, 2006. Also, the Philippine Air Transportation Office has already granted them an Air Carrier Operating Certificate that has a 12-month validity starting October 28, 2006.

They plan to operate daily passenger flights from Clark Airbase in Angeles City, Philippines to and from Jeddah and Riyadh in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for their start-up flights. This will focus and capture a market niche with a dedicated B747 widebody aircraft that can accommodate as much as 472 passengers. The airline shall seek other profitable routes in the Asian region as well as the neighbouring countries of Saudi Arabia and expand its operations outside of Clark, Jeddah and Riyadh in the near future.

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Tair Airlines plans to serve the following airports:

Fleet

  • Boeing 727|Boeing 727-100F
  • Boeing 737|Boeing 737-300
  • Boeing 747|Boeing 747-300
  • McDonnell Douglas DC-10|McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30F

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