Company Profile

Moldavian Airlines was the first private airline of the Republic of Moldova back in 1994, the year of airline's birth. It all started with regular flights between Chisinau and Moscow, while Moldavian Airlines started to operate daily flights to Moscow's airport of Domodedovo. It helped to offer Moldovan passengers immediate and excellent connections to Siberia region, as, at that time Domodedovo airport was famous for its Siberia-bound traffic.


In 1999, Moldavian Airlines became a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Multilateral Interline Traffic Agreements and Clearing House.

Meeting the continuously growing demand on flights between Chisinau and Budapest, in 2003 Moldavian Airlines started operating Saab 2000 a comfortable, accommodating up to 50 passengers, environmentally friendly, economical and state-of-the-art both technically and operationally aircraft.

Another important moment in the history of Moldavian Airlines was the signing in December 2003 of the Code Share Agreement with Malev Hungarian Airlines on the route Chisinau-Budapest, thus making air communications between the two countries more attractive and facilitating the promotion of the travel potential of both countries.

As of December the first Moldavian Airlines Fokker 100 registered as ER-FZA enters scheduled operation. The aircraft is fitted with 105 seats and is capable to cover at full payload up to 2380 km.

At present Moldavian Airlines operates regular flights from Chisinau to Romania, Italy(Rome, Venice) and Turkey. Besides, charter flights are organized to different destinations, such as Antalya, Bucharest, Debrecen and Lisbon.