AIR MEDITERRANEE


Air Mediterranee, founded in 1997, was initially dedicated to the charter business for the French and European Tour Operating market leaders.
Since then, working hard to become the leader as French short and medium haul charter carrier, Air Mediterranee started to develop its activity as a low-cost carrier, by offering best price tickets to Tunisia, Morocco, Lebanon or Israel and some other destinations, ...

There are no difference between Charter, low cost carriers and the so-called « standard schedule carriers », nothing but only the ticket distribution channels. It is a wrong belief to think that offering best prices is sacrifying everything to cost.

In order to offer you our best fares, we act as cost killers, using a single type of economic cabin class, of 220 seats in any of our 7 Airbus A321, 180 seats configured in our Airbus A320 or 131 in our Boeing 737-500, increasing our productivity, planning the largest operating period, by having early morning and late evening flights.

Moreover, on board our shortest flights, we propose you to buy snacks and soft drinks, thus you will pay only what you need.

This is how we manage to get cheapest prices.

Our fleet, less than average 10 years old, flies everywhere in Europe, all around the Mediterranean Sea, and even to some West Africa main cities.
All Air Mediterranee's aircrafts, engines or equipments are maintained by the major Maintenance Repair Organizations in strict accordance with all manufacturers requirements (Airbus, Boeing, CFM, etc.).It is a matter of security and reliability, there is no place for mean money savings.

Air Mediterranee has been IOSA certifed, by IATA, on January 2011, as proof of our constant effort in safety and quality.
In this fast changing world, Air Mediterranee will never forget its commitments of liability, security and respect.

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