Express Airways have suspended flying operations as of 2016
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Express Airways was a Slovenian airline which was headquartered and based in Maribor Edvard Rusjan Airport (MBX), Slovenia, and also a German branch of the airline which was based in Dusseldorf, Germany. Express Airways was founded in 1999 and operated 3 leisure flights from Germany to Croatia, Italy, and Spain.
In 2012, Express Airways founded a flight training school in Slovenia and since then has also offered passenger flights. Maribor Edvard Rusjan Airport is an international airport in Maribor Slovenia. Opened in May 1976, the airport is the second largest airport in Slovenia and is located nearly 10 kilometers south of Maribor. The airport has become a flight training center for many European airlines in recent years.
In March 2016, the airline’s operations license was removed by the Slovenian aviation authority, forcing them to cease operations.
Overall, the airline has a fleet of a single Being 737 aircraft that can carry 130 passengers at one time.
Express Airways operated to the following destinations at the time that it ceased operations in 2016:
The airline operated one aircraft within its fleet and that was the Boeing 737-300 which can carry a total of 130 passengers.
Maribor Edvard Rusjan Airport (MBX) is a public international airport in Styria, Slovenia. The airport serves over 2,000 passengers each year. The airport is located 10 km south of Maribor. It's the second biggest and second most important Slovenian airport, after Ljubljana Airport (LJU).
The airport is currently used for flights schools and training purposes.
Frequent Flyer Program
The airline didn't have a frequent flyer program.
Express Airways wasn't part of any airline alliance.