Mesogäische

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Mesogäische
Logo of Mesogäische.png
IATA ICAO Callsign
ME MESO MESOGÄISCHE
Founded1984
Commenced operations1986
Focus citiesAmpuria-Rossinyol
Capua
Cartena
Fiorano
Kotorp
Lefki
Marqash
Mizia
Palaiochori-Patras
Rustavi
Siavoshan-Digora
Skopelos
Tortona
Tufo
Frequent-flyer programSomething
Fleet size545
Destinations212
HeadquartersAmpuria, Volisania
Key people???, CEO
RevenueIncrease TBC billion (2014)
ProfitDecrease TBC million (2014)
Websitemesogaische.kom

Mesogäische is a Volisan low-cost airline headquartered in Ampuria, Volisania, with its primary operational bases at Ampuria-3 and Skopelos airports.

Competitors

Mesogäische has several low-cost competitors. Although traditionally a full-service airline, SAK Varkana moved to a low-fares strategy from 2001, creating SAK Internationale in 2004 and expanding significantly in the Mesogean. This led to a much more intense competition with Mesogäische on routes.

Airlines which attempt to compete directly with Mesogäische are treated competitively, with Mesogäische being accused by some of reducing fares to significantly undercut their competitors.

Destinations

Mesogäische's largest and home base is at Ampuria-Rossinyol with over 525 daily departures followed by its base at Fiorano and its base at Cartena. Mesogäische operates from ?? bases connecting 33 countries across Illypnia and South Kaftia, some of which only base a single aircraft. Several non-base airports serve more flights and/or destinations than certain base airports.

Fleet

A Mesogäische A320 in Vesona Airport
Mesogäische fleet
Aircraft In service Orders Passengers Notes
Aikok A320-200 523 180 Largest operator.
Aikok A320neo 12 213 180 Worldwide launch customer; first aircraft delivered on 20 January 2016.
Total 545 TBD