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SX-MAH (24643 / 1860) Air Mediterranean Boeing 737-400. Olbia 16 Aug 2017.

This 737-400 first flew in 1990 and served 15 years with Braathens as LN-BRE before being acquired by SAS. The aircraft also briefly flew with Luftline Georgia and VVB Aviation before going to the new Athens based Air Mediterranean.

Air Mediterranean got its AOC in Jan 2017 and has three 737-400s. It currently operates ACMI and charter operations on behalf of Meridiana Airlines and Cobalt Air, this photo was taken when placed with Meridiana at Olbia. In Nov 2017 Air Mediterranean hope to start scheduled operations from Athens.

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