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Mall Airways

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Fleet size  See Fleet below
Founded  1973
Commenced operations  1973
Headquarters  Albany
Ceased operations  September 1989
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Destinations  See Destinations served below

Atomic mall airways takes flight


Mall Airways was an American regional airline which operated throughout the northeastern United States and eastern Canada from 1973 to 1989. The carrier operated a mixed fleet of Beechcraft 1900, Piper Navajo Chieftains, Beech 99 Airliners, and also occasionally utilized a Beech King Air 90 as a back-up aircraft. The airline was based in Albany, New York, and was acquired by Business Express Airlines in September, 1989. Business Express retained both BE1900C, N15394 and N15503.

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Destinations served

  • Connecticut
  • Hartford (Bradley International Airport)
  • New Jersey
  • Newark (Newark Liberty International Airport)
  • Atlantic City, New Jersey
  • New York
  • Albany (Albany International Airport)
  • Binghamton (Greater Binghamton Airport)
  • Buffalo (Buffalo Niagara International Airport)
  • Elmira (Elmira-Corning Regional Airport)
  • Islip (Long Island MacArthur Airport)
  • Ithaca (Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport)
  • New York (LaGuardia Airport)
  • Rochester (Greater Rochester International Airport)
  • Syracuse (Syracuse Hancock International Airport)
  • White Plains (Westchester County Airport)
  • Ontario, Canada
  • Toronto (Toronto Pearson International Airport)
  • Pennsylvania
  • Erie (Erie International Airport)
  • Quebec, Canada
  • Montreal (MontrĂ©al-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport)
  • Rhode Island
  • Providence (T.F. Green Airport)
  • Virginia
  • Washington, DC (suburbs) (Dulles International Airport)
  • Fleet

  • Beechcraft 1900
  • Beech King Air 90
  • Beechcraft Model 99
  • Piper PA-31-350 Navajo Chieftain
  • References

    Mall Airways Wikipedia


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