Tiko Air

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Commenced operationsJuly 2001
Hubs Ivato International Airport
Headquarters Antananarivo, Madagascar

Tiko Air is an airline based in Antananrivo, Madagascar. It operates charter services within Madagascar. [1]



The Tiko Air ATR42-320 aircraft is carrying the brandnew design by the German Designer Joerg Zeitschel ATR 42-300 Tiko Air (5R-TIK).jpg
The Tiko Air ATR42-320 aircraft is carrying the brandnew design by the German Designer Joerg Zeitschel

The airline was established in 2000 by the Tiko Holding Company (owned by the Ex-President of Madagascar, Marc Ravalomanana) and Air Madagascar. [3] The airline commenced operations in July 2001.[ citation needed ]


Current fleet

As of November 2010 the Tiko Air fleet includes:

Former fleet

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  1. Flight International 12–18 April 2005
  2. http://www.airmedia4you.de/ Designer of the new TIKO AIR design
  3. ATDB retrieved 20 November 2006