Tuesday, 6 August 2013

Minoan Air ends Dublin route flights

                                                   
SX-BRV Fokker 50 Mionan Air 
Mionan Air ended it's Oxford to Dublin and Edinburgh routes last Sunday 4th August just over five months of operation, having commenced on 8th March. The Dublin service operated three times weekly using Fokker F50 aircraft.

The last flight into Dublin MAV2560/1 was operated by SX-BRV c/n 20199.

In an statement on it's website Mionair stated it had 99.75% punctuality, operating nearly 500 flights, carrying more than 6,000 carried passengers having invested £1 Million in the operation.

It went on to further state it's disagreement with Oxford Airport management on specific terms of cooperation deemed imperative for the viability of our flights.

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