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Mainland Air

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Hubs Dunedin International Airport, Dunedin, New Zealand
Fleet size 18
Parent company Southair Aviation
Website http://www.mainlandair.com/

Mainland Air 2010 is a general aviation, flight training and charter airline operating out of Dunedin International Airport in New Zealand. Mainland Air has recently been taken over by Southair Aviation at Taieri Airfield.

Services

Mainland Air Services provides charter flights within New Zealand. Its scenic flights visit popular destinations such as Milford Sound, Mount Aspiring/Tititea, Aoraki/Mount Cook, Fiordland, Omarama, Stewart Island/Rakiura and the Queenstown area. As well as operating air ambulance transfer flights, Mainland Air provides charter flights for medical specialists from Dunedin to Invercargill and Alexandra several times per week. Mainland Aviation College, a division of Mainland Air Services, is a Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand approved flying school for full and part time students - both International and Domestic. It meets the New Zealand Qualification Authority and Ministry of Education requirements.

Mainland Air will begin a daily return service from Oamaru to Christchurch in mid January 2013 these will be operating by a 5 seater aircraft departing at 7am and returning at 8am.[1]

Fleet

Aircraft Number Notes
Cessna 152 14
Socata TB-10 Tobago 1
Piper Seneca 2
Piper PA-31-350 Chieftain 1

References

External links

Aviation portal
  • Mainland Air (official website)


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