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ESTABLISHED AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1968. DOMESTIC, REGIONAL, & INTERNATIONAL CHARTER, PASSENGER, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
BELGRADE 11070, SERBIA & MONTENEGRO
SERBIA & MONTENEGRO WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1918, COVERS AN AREA OF 102,173 SQ KM, IT HAS A POPULATION OF 10.5 MILLION, ITS CAPITAL CITY IS BELGRADE, AND ITS OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS SERBIAN. THE FEDERATION CONSISTS OF THE TWO FEDERAL UNITS SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO. SERBIA INCLUDES THE AUTONOMOUS PROVINCES OF KOSOVO & METOHIJA AND OF VOJVODINA (INCLUDED IN THE TOTAL FIGURES).
MARCH 1999: 727-2L8 (21042, YU-AKD) & 737-2K3 (23912, YU-ANP), LEASED TO CHANCHANGI AIRLINES (CGI), NIGERIA.
APRIL 1999: 268 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 56 FLIGHT CREW (FC), 40 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA), & 45 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
(firstname.lastname@example.org). SITA: BEGCCJJ.
DECEMBER 1999: "AVIOGENEX" IS NOW KNOWN AS "INTERIMPEX."
MARCH 2000: UNITED NATIONS (UN) EMBARGO PREVENTS OPERATIONS.
APRIL 2000: 268 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 56 FLIGHT CREW (FC), 40 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA), & 45 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
AUGUST 2000: 737-2K3, LEASED TO AIR MEMPHIS (MEP).
AUGUST 2001: 737-2K3 (1403-23912, YU-ANP) WET LEASED TO JAT AIRWAYS (JAT).
NOVEMBER 2001: 270 EMPLOYEES. SITA: BEGCC7X.
December 2002: 727-243 (22702, YU-AKM), wet-leased to Cameroon Airlines (CAM).
January 2003: 737-2K3 (23912, YU-ANP) wet-leased to Air Bosna (BOS). Later, wet-leased to Cameroon Airlines (CAM) along with 727-2L8 (21042).
December 2003: Starting in 2004, JAT Airways (JAT) will start using 2 Aviogenex (AVG) 727-200's on (JAT)'s own charter services. A Letter of Intent (LOI) has been signed with (AVG) parent, International CG to form a joint charter company and (JAT) will maintain the 727's.
February 2004: 727-243 (22702) wet-leased 1 year to Efata Papua (EFT).
May 2004: 239 employees (including 56 Flight Crew (FC); 37 Cabin Attendants (CA); & 44 Maintenance Technicians (MT)).
SITA: BEGTO7X. BEGFP7X.
July 2004: 727-243 (22702) returned from wet-lease to Efata Papua (EFT).
September 2006: 3 727-200s (21042; 21080; 22702), sold to Pennant Aviation, Memphis, Tennessee, USA for $543,000.
November 2006: Aviogenex (AVG) provides regular and ad hoc charter flights as well as ad hoc charters and airplane wet-lease services. Transport of migrant workers is also undertaken.
212 employees (including 45 Flight Crew (FC); 34 Cabin Attendants (CA); & 48 Maintenance Technicians (MT)).
(IATA) Code: JJ. (ICAO) Code: AGX - GENEX.
Parent organization/shareholders: Genex Holding Corporation (100%).
Main Base: Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG).
727-243 (22702), sold to Kam-Air (KMF).
December 2008: World nations currently rated Category 2 by the USA (FAA) under the agency's International Aviation Safety Assessment (IASA) program are: Bangladesh, Belize, Ivory Coast, Croatia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gambia, Ghana, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Indonesia, Israel, Kiribati, Montenegro, Nauru, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Philippines, Serbia, Swaziland, Ukraine, Uruguay and Zimbabwe. The (FAA) rating prevents nation's airlines being allowed to fly into the USA. They have the option to fly to the USA with an airline who is approved under Category 1.
The (FAA) states that a Category 2 rating "may involve a country lacking laws or regulations necessary to oversee air carriers in accordance with international standards, or that its civil aviation authority does not meet international standards in one or more areas such as technical expertise, trained personnel, record keeping, or inspection procedures."
February 2009: Aviogenex (AVG) is practically bankrupt and is currently not operating. (AVG) will be split from its owners and will be sold.
June 2010: Aviogenex (AVG) has relaunched its own charter operations with its 737-200 this summer season operating scheduled charter services from Belgrade to Hurghada and Sharm el Sheikh.
August 2010: Mat Airways (MCC) has launched scheduled charter operations with its single ex-MAT Macedonian Airlines 737-500 (25249) that is currently operated by Aviogenex (AVG) on behalf of the start-up. It operates various charter services from Belgrade to the vacation destinations on behalf of parent tour operator Kon Tiki Travel and from Skopje to Barcelona, Prague, Rome Fiumicino, and Zurich. It is reportedly also planning to start scheduled flights linking Ohrid and Belgrade. Kon Tiki Travel has also announced its interest in taking over charter operator Aviogenex (AVG) altogether.
Aviogenex (AVG) has relaunched its own charter operations with its 737-2K3 this summer season operating scheduled charter services from Belgrade to Hurghada and Sharm el Sheikh.
March 2012: Aviogenex (AVG) will lease a 737-400 that will be operated on scheduled charter services from Belgrade Nikola Tesla airport (BEG) to leisure destinations in Egypt, Greece, Italy, Spain and Turkey this summer season.
April 2012: Aviogenex (AVG) has wet-leased its 737-200 (23912, YU-ANP) to Toumaï Air Tchad (TCH).
May 2012: Sky Airlines (SYC) will operate several weekly charter services between Antalya (AYT) and Belgrade Nikola Tesla (BEG) airports this summer in cooperation with Aviogenex (AVG) operating the flights on (SYC)'s behalf under a wet-lease agreement. It had applied for traffic rights to operate these flights on behalf of Serbian tour operators but did not get approval from the Serbian authorities.
February 2014: 737-2K3 (23912, YU-ANP), returned from Westair Benin.
ACCORDING TO AIRLINER WORLD IN http://www.airlinerworld.com
IN 2015, AVIOGENEX WAS LISTED AS ONE OF THE AIRLINE FAILURES
ACCORDING TO THE GLOBAL AIRLINE GUIDE.